Quote from: raueda1 on 13 November 2022, 07:32 PMI'm pretty sure that the fuzzy yellow/green stuff on the fuel cap is a kind of salt formation resulting from moisture condensation on some metal surfaces. And where there is moisture there is usually rust. As part of your pre-start fuel system cleanup it might be a good idea to pull the gas tank and clean up the giant fuel sieve etc. If there's a lot of crap in the tank your new fuel filter could clog up very very fast (ditto small filter on the fuel distributor). Keep us posted, good luck and cheers,
Quote from: revilla on 15 November 2022, 11:34 PMLet's be pragmatic about it and let your test tell you if the TTS commands the CSV to open (spray) and closes (with zero leaking) after about 8 seconds. Can you confirm that before moving ahead with the "book" approach? I haven't read the whole thread. How do we know it has high CP when cold? What bars values are you reading? 2bars? 3bars? Does it go higher (leaner) when passing from cold to warm (generally about 3-4 minutes of operation)? If so, to what value? 3.4? 3.8? 4.0?