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Old 16 Oct 2008, 02:01 am
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Default Honda crx model 1987 1.6 i twin cam 16 valve pgmfi?

The problem lies here my car has brand new engine and with racing clutch accel yellow coil accel wires 8.8 mm brand new factory injectors and throttle stock body.The car is very fast up to 140kmh after that it loses power dramatically and hardly reaches 200kmh any ideas please help I
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Old 16 Oct 2008, 02:16 am
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check the timing. you might need to advance it.
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