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|william disher||my oliver 1650 starts to miss and lose power after the engine heats up,seems to starve for gas,runs great when cool or in cool weather,but when on hot days it sometimes does this, not always, could an intake manifold problem, be this cause,when both manifolds were replaced one port on the intake had to built up before machineing to obtain a smooth even surface.could this cause the intake to become too hot and vaporize the fuelif there is a slight difference and the manifold expands when hot.
|Jerry B||Sounds like you might be developing an intake leak at the head. When the engine starts to starve out have a propane torch handy. Open the valve on the propane torch and run the nozzle over the intake/head areas letting the raw propane vapors cover each runner area 1 at a time. If there is a leak there, the engine will pickup rpm's and run smoother as long as the propane is being sucked into the intake because of the leak. When this happens you will know which runneris the culprit.