LAUNCH STUTTER,PLEASE HELP!!

Old 11-24-2009, 05:34 PM
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Originally Posted by SpD85
Ive had this problem before in 2 different dragsters....

In the 1st one it turned out to be a bad Two Step(dont ask me how)

The 2nd car i tried what i thought was everything and it ended just being that i need some bigger squirters
Here in the south the whether is just getting cold ,so I had to put more fuel in it to stop the stutter.
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Old 11-24-2009, 05:43 PM
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Originally Posted by hammertime
Originally Posted by JEFF69Z28
DO I NEED A GROUND STRAP FROM THE ENGINE BLOCK TO THE FRAME OR IS THE ONE FROM THE BODY TO MY ALUM.HEAD GOOD ENOUGH.
I run one to the frame also on each side, grounds are your friend on these things. You do have your coil/dist wires not running together correct ? Have you checked all you plug wires to make sure they are ok ?
before you do anything else correct your ground situation. if this is a unibody car with battery in the trunk run a ground from the battery to the block.
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Old 12-11-2009, 05:48 PM
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Is ths car stuttering riht off launch or while on the transbrake?
We had found electrical interferrance on the main MSD wire, Too close to the coil wire or coil.
If it stutters on launch and you are not running a jet extension kit, then try raising the float level in the carb a bit and see if the condition changes.
other than that, make sure your MSD wire is not being shared with other components like the trans brake etc.
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Run a seperate ground to the head for your MSD
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