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    Run on after acceleration

    Hi all,

    I have just been tidying up my Pulsar (1998) and I'm experiencing something odd when I activate the accelerator. If I accelerate just gently and then release the accelerator drum quickly, the revs continue high for a few seconds before dropping off to idle. If I accelerate hard and then release the drum quickly, the revs drop to a certain level, stick there for a second or so and then continue dropping to the idle speed over the next few seconds.

    I've attached a link to a youtube clip which unfortunately is not wonderful. If you listen to the background noise you can hear the sound of the revs.

    https://youtu.be/qg0L2rEndbI

    I'd love to be able to fix this as it is quite obvious when driving and results in a little bit of lurching.

    Hopefully someone will have a pearl of wisdom for me or should I perhaps be posting this somewhere else.

    Thanks,

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    Check the accelerator cable and linkage connections around the throttle body (butterfly).

    May need a shot of WD40.

    Also trim your throttle cable as well.

    Reference to a U.S. Silvia - same as . . .
    http://forums.nicoclub.com/throttle-...n-t476699.html

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LAC_LX4ioOU

    Helpful pics:
    http://speed.academy/wp-content/uplo...T-swap-293.jpg

    Cheers.
    Last edited by PhilSSStevenson; 14-10-2017 at 12:14 PM. Reason: typos . . .
    NISSAN Pulsar N14 SSS Oz spec - the SSS cult classic. Owned mine since 1992.

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