wvumtnbkr Posted August 16, 2021 Report Share Posted August 16, 2021 My car was breaking up and not running cleanly at VIR this past weekend. We had reason to check the fuel for water (found water in my trucks fuel tank after filling it with fuel meant for the racecar). There is maybe a teaspoon of water in 6 ounces of fuel from the gas tank drain of the racecar. Is that enough to make it run poorly at higher rpm and load? I still plan to replace the fuel pumps and coils to make sure it isn't something else. Just trying to understand if that tiny bit of water could cause the issue. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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