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Unread 09-12-2011, 07:31 PM   #1
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Thoughts on the next step... time to nutter?

Good evening everyone. I'm pretty new to the yj scene and I'm contemplating doing the nutter bypass. I picked my '88 yj up about a month ago and have done a ton of work. Last weekend, I was unsatisfied with the hard starting and poor idle. I rebuilt the bbd and it starts and idles really smooth. It accelerates well under slow, even acceleration and I now longer have any misses off idle. Now attempts to quickly accelerate make it pretty friggen belligerent. I'm getting huge hesitation at that time only. Tonight I stripped it down, verified proper adjustments and same story. I noticed that it did not act up in when cold and attempting to quickly accelerate. I'm thinking the bypass could solve my issue as it is operating under closed loop at this point from my understanding. Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated, thanks

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