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Old 02-17-2004, 04:11 PM   #1
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The bolts were loose on the supercharger in the back. Im guessing the rattle of a loose sc allowed oil to start to get under the sc gasket and started to make a gap. this vabrations from something like this could have made the throttle body gasket loose and rattled the pin off of one of my fuel injectors that was sitting on the outside of my manifold. one of the tb bolts were also a little loose. When i cleaned my motor some of the simple green could have agrivated the problem and that could be why it started running rough just then. What do u all think does it sound realistic
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That would cause alot of problems with regards to performance.
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