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hey i am supposed to go up to a meet on the 12th of march and i want to bring my rex but shes on her period agian lol

i don't have time to put in my a6 b/c i get in in like 2 weeks so maybe iyou guys can help me get her runnin decent

ok she starts up fine, doesn't throw any codes, but when you stomp on the gas it gurgles as its climbing rpms, anyone know what could be the prolbem?
 

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how do i check my timing?

just rotate the dizzy alittle? b/c i put a new dizzy on it b4 it started doing this
 

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well its an hf so it has no pwoer lol but ya something like that it accelerates really really slowly and gurgles the whole way up
 

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ok well i just went out and messed with it, i can't get anything on the damn top bolt i don't know how i did it b4, keep in mind i am working with limited tools mine are at my gmas

the 2 lower bolts were hands loose damn it

anything input?
 

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how much will that set me back?
i put a new filter on it already
 

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ok well new news.... if there was anyother

i see leaking coming from the fuel filter, is it posible that its loose and air getting in the lines is making it do that?
 

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shadowcrx said:
ok well new news.... if there was anyother

i see leaking coming from the fuel filter, is it posible that its loose and air getting in the lines is making it do that?
I'd say thats a good possibility if you can actually see fuel leaking! That means not all the fuel is making it to your engine. I'd replace those lines, ASAP, for safety purposes.
 

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One thing about fuel filters: If for any reason you have to reuse the old washers, make sure you reference both of them when you remove them. They have to go back on the same side, turned the same way as they came out or the connection can leak. I've done it before and couldn't get it to seal for jack. I then inspected the wear/crush pattern on the washers, repositioned and problem fixed.
 

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You can also heat up copper washers with a torch (and let them cool) if you want to reuse them. Usually though, new filters should come with new washers. If you ask at the Honda dealer, they will give them to you for free.
 
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