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  • Power Loss Under Cornering

    The power loss happens 11:00 minutes into the video and several times again through Riverside at 12:50

    My first guess was fuel starvation after it happened in the previous session with less than 1/4 tank, but it continued happening after filling to 1/2 tank. It was perfectly fine in the beginning of the day. Or it could be oil related.
    Does anyone know what might be causing it or has anyone managed to fix a similar issue?
    Last edited by samsam5886; 12-28-2018, 03:46 AM.

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    Try filling the tank to full. It sounds like fuel starvation.

    I don't have any experience with S2000s, but if it still does it with a full tank, it's not fuel slosh. Something is mechanically wrong, like a collapsing fuel sock, a cracked pickup tube, etc.
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    • #3
      Thanks!

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      • #4
        I recall having to keep it over half a tank full. Otherwise I would hit a sweeper and start choking after the turn for a bit.

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