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DEMonte1997
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PostSubject: Lukewarm starts take a bit longer...   Fri Apr 08, 2011 11:42 pm

If the Riv sits for over 5 hours it starts right up... Same goes for if it sits for less than 1.5 hours. Anything in between and it will most likely take a bit of firing to get going. I'm thinking this could be a few different culprits:

-fuel tank leakdown
-fuel pressure regulator
-injector


Seems odd though.... If the tank had an issue, I figure it would start pretty hard the longer it sits.. Anything I might be missing here? I've got a few FPRs laying around that I will try to swap out tomorrow to see if that helps. After that... I ain't touching it. lol censor


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PostSubject: Re: Lukewarm starts take a bit longer...   Sat Apr 09, 2011 12:39 pm

Leaky injectors? Takes a while to flood the cylinder, then a while longer for it to evaporate... my best guess...
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