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    Viper DV

    The screw on top of the DV where the vacum pipe connects seems loose, when you move the pipe the screw turns is this correct?

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    Re: Viper DV

    Mine does that some times........want to get some nylock

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    Re: Viper DV

    just wasn't sure if it was meant to be loose but as yours is the same I guess so

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    Re: Viper DV

    its meant to be tight. i tightened mine down with a spanner.

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    Re: Viper DV

    could this be the cause of another problem I have. When the revs climb slowly in first and second ie my foot is only feathering the throttle I get little blips where it feels like I've lifted off altogether

 

 

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