A vacuum leak can cause a lean burn.
A turbo can make your car faster by increasing the amount of air that the engine can have inside the cylinders. A turbo alone will not make a car faster, you will need to adjust the amount of fuel that is injected into the engine as if you add too much air it will cause your engine to lean out and blow up.
If they mix with the wrong things, it can blow out.
Fuel/air mixture too rich, engine misfire, or damage.
Fuel pump going out throttle body needs replaced air fuel mixture not set right.
what is the fuel and oil mixture for a kx 250, 2 stroke
a bad fuel pressure regulator can cause raw fuel to be sucked into engine thru a vacuum hose,also a bad map sensor will cause improper fuel mixture, a bad spark plug coil or wire causes a miss-fire in a cylinder will kill mpg, clogged air filter, engine vacuum leak.if tune up is way overdue do it complete and then go from there. have it checked. a overly rich mixture of fuel will wreck a engine and dilute your oil fuel is not cheap
Needs a full service Fuel pump/filter Incorrect fuel ECU (brain) AFM/MFA (air fuel mixture meter) Split air/fuel hoses
no it will blow upMy VersionLacquer thinner will damage: Fuel linesFuel PumpInjectorsAnd cause major damage to the inside of the engine
By cutting off part of the supply of air. This will cause the fuel/air mixture to be very rich. A cold engine needs a much richer mix than a warm engine. Once the engine warms up the choke opens up and the fuel/air mixture is restored to the optimum mix.
There is not really a set fuel air mixture. Each engine will be different even if they are the same engine during the build process they are set specifically to the engine.
likely cause is unburnt excess fuel. now need to look for the cause why the fuel is not being ignited or not ignited properly or why the fuel air mixture is so rich. could be a bad spark plug, wires, coil, bad fuel injector. etc.