Thanks for the suggestions Uly and Dennis!! One thing I would like to know
though. Would the tech be able to diagnose a problem like a faulty
injector? I guess what I would like to know I guess, is if I spend the
money on what you suggested and the issue still continues should I allow
them to hook it to a tech or just rip the plenum off and check them that
I would look into a Fuel Pump problem....it sounds like a definite symptom.
Follow the fuel pump troubleshooting in the manual.
Based on what you've described, your flexible inlet air duct is probably
collapsing under full throttle. Either get a new one or reinforce it
internally. Mark Coplon may still sell stainless liners for them? Or you
can make your own.
Check your air filter, too. If it's dirty, it'll exacerbate the collapsing
From: Uly Uplinger [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: Thursday, February 16, 2006 3:40 PM
To: Jim Stillwagner; [log in to unmask]
Subject: Re: [ZR1] TECH: primary injectors
I would look into a Fuel Pump problem....it sounds
like a definite symptom. Follow the fuel pump
troubleshooting in the manual.
--- Jim Stillwagner <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Hi everybody!! I have a quick question for all of
> you. I am having my
> radio re-installed and my antenna mast replaced
> soon. While it's there I
> would like to see if they can check my primaries to
> see if I am having
> trouble with any of them. I am having a bit of bog
> and stumbling while
> under heavy acceleration. If I just give moderate
> pressure on the
> accelerator at higher speeds the power is there. It
> isn't until I tromp on
> the gas I get the problem. I asked the local
> corvette shop, who isn't very
> familiar with the ZR1, if they could check it
> somehow. He said they could
> put it on the tech and see if that would tell them
> anything. Before I spend
> the money on a diagnostic that may not show
> anything, should I just tell
> them to pull the plenum and check them that way??
> Just like a year and a
> half ago Kurt White replaced all of my secondaries
> so I don't image those to
> be the problem. Any suggestions would be very much
> Thanks everybody and have a good day!!
> -Jim Stillwagner
> Tampa, FL
> #0137 Black/Black
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