View Single Post
Old 02-26-2014, 09:00 PM
subzali's Avatar
subzali subzali is offline
Rising Sun Member
Join Date: Aug 2005
Location: Denver CO
Posts: 8,631

Originally Posted by SteveH View Post
Certain domestic trucks will flood badly after you shock the carb with a hard hit - is there a chance that you're hitting these drifts hard enough that you're simply massively flooding the engine? I personally doubt this, but thought I'd put it out there. It's pretty hard to upset an OEM Aisin carb.

Yep, stock Aisan. I was able to roll all the way through the snowdrifts so they were soft so there was no shock or bashing per se. In fact one section was just hitting some snow on the side of the road that drifted up and into the engine bay
Matt Miller
TLCA# 13684
1977 FJ40 2F "Brahma" + Lockright, tach, Warn 8274, FJ60 Power Steering, no more Sanden OBA (factory emissions), so Puma OBA
1996 FZJ80 1FZ-FE factory lockers + Safari intercooled turbo, Warn M12000, OEM CDL switch, cup holder, and hand throttle, Metric TLC leather, heated seats, JDM switches, Puma OBA
2000 Tundra Limited TRD 2UZ-FE SOLD
Reply With Quote