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2 9600

03-17-2017 10:09:23

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have two of them one8070.the other 220.both flutter a little at start up for a minute or two then clear up. both have new injectors.220 has new pump also. valves been set. changing timing does not seem to help. new filters fuel and air. is this just how they are

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03-17-2017 13:06:22

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 Re: 426 in reply to 2 9600, 03-17-2017 10:09:23  
Both the 7000 and 7040 I've had did the same thing when cold, especially under 70 degrees. Run fine warmed up, just don't start well cold compared to other engines.

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NY 986

03-17-2017 11:06:49

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 Re: 426 in reply to 2 9600, 03-17-2017 10:09:23  
If I understand what you mean by flutter then yes they do. We had a L combine that had a 426 that did that when the temp was much under 70 degrees F outside.

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2 9600

03-17-2017 13:41:48

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 Re: 426 in reply to NY 986, 03-17-2017 11:06:49  
by flutter. I guess it sounds almost like a miss. but not quite. hard to explain. thanks for reply

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03-17-2017 16:08:06

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 Re: 426 in reply to 2 9600, 03-17-2017 13:41:48  
I had a 7040 that I would say ran choppy at first ten smooth out. my 7060 and 8070 don't.

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