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Old 08-25-2013, 06:36 PM   #15
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Well one of those is the vent line and the other two have factory fuel connections that definitely should not be leaking. Are you sure they are leaking? Are you on a factory clutch? It sounds to me like you have destroyed your factory clutch.
Thats what I was thinking. It smells like clutch to me. But yeah im on stock clutch

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Old 08-25-2013, 06:39 PM   #16
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your stock fuel lines should NOT be leaking. please look into that immediately

fixed that for you.
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fixed that for you.
They arent leaking just when I put my finger wround it .. its oily

Gonna post a video

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Sounds like a slipping clutch from your description. You may have also found another issue with the fuel lines, but even if the fuel lines were having problems, it wouldn't make the car do what you describe. Slipping clutch will do just as you describe.

With FI power the stock clutch just won't last as long I think.
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Thats what I was thinking. It smells like clutch to me. But yeah im on stock clutch
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Sounds like a slipping clutch from your description. You may have also found another issue with the fuel lines, but even if the fuel lines were having problems, it wouldn't make the car do what you describe. Slipping clutch will do just as you describe.

With FI power the stock clutch just won't last as long I think.
Wouldn't I get a check engine if there was a problem with the fuel lines? Video is on its way

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Given that the rpm is shooting up and the cars not moving i'm betting your clutch is gone.
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Yes sir, that is a badly slipping clutch. Time for a new clutch for sure.
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Yes sir, that is a badly slipping clutch. Time for a new clutch for sure.
I think ill get the clutch master fx300 with flywheel


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Yes sir, that is a badly slipping clutch. Time for a new clutch for sure.
I had same thought. Poss the clutch is slipping. How many torque does your engine put down.
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I had same thought. Poss the clutch is slipping. How many torque does your engine put down.
220tq to the wheels about

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If the car is drivable shift into a higher gear such as 4th or 5th and floor it. Revs increase and the car doesn't move? Your clutch is fried
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If the car is drivable shift into a higher gear such as 4th or 5th and floor it. Revs increase and the car doesn't move? Your clutch is fried
Yup thats it lol

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