Pressure - Poorman's Wish
One of my favorite pieces of information I found in my research was this video by Dysautonomia International, a nonprofit organization for autonomic nervous system disorders. It explains what POTS means and its symptoms. This journal entry by the American Heart Association explains the different subsets of POTS very well. I have hyperadrenergic POTS. My blood pressure also goes up when I stand and my body produces high amounts of norepinephrine, the fight or flight hormone.
Pressure - Poorman's Wish
Point is, it is not monitored by the ECM and will not light up the fault lamp or generate fault codes. If you have access to a fuel pressure gauge you can rule out the entire fuel system minus the injectors with one quick measurement.
This is almost certainly a fuel or spark problem (I know that seems obvious, but bear with me). I don't recall Nautique fuel pressure off the top of my head, but it's less than the MC MPI systems. The guys at Discount inboard marine will surely offer this up for you. If pressure is good, it could easily be wet fuel. Sea foam will look after a little water, but more than a little will require methyl hydrate, and time to burn through the bad fuel. Decanting a few ounces of fuel off the fuel rail and allowing it to rest in a clear container will likely declare wet fuel (it sinks to the bottom, of course). Regardless, replace the filter in the fuel cell if it hasn't been recently done. The next thing to check is spark with a timing light, on each plug wire sequentially. I worked on a GT40 with a miss 2 years ago. Proved to be a bad distributor bearing, causing intermittent lack of contact between cap and rotor only at two cylinders. This condition was diagnosed with a timing light. And no, check engine will not be triggered with this issue. That said, the poster indicated the distributor is pretty fresh.
I'd be guessing the issue is fuel, either bad filter or pump causing marginal pressure, or water in fuel. But the proper diagnosis starts with establishing fuel pressure and proper spark at all cylinders.
Test ran it at idle speed and it sounded fine. Idled around lake for 10mn. Stopped, then took off and ran it up to 25mph for a little more then the length of the course. It ran fine. Stopped, turned around and took off up to 34mph same distance. It ran fine again. Turned off motor. Turned on motor and idled again around lake for another 5-10mn and set up for an actual course run. Took off and it missed as it came up to plane, and before entering the course close to 34mph it missed again. Went back to in gear idle speed. Attempted a couple more runs up to 25mph but within 100-200 feet it would miss so it was brought back to in gear idle speed each time where it ran well. Low pressure fuel pump primes as normal with key turn as evidenced by its sound.
Dandelions grow so successfully because those puffballs disperse their seeds over long distances in a stiff breeze. Some dandelions don't need to wait for the wind, though. As dandelions turn to seed, children everywhere rush to pick them, so that they can close their eyes, make a wish, and blow the seeds into the air.
No one knows for sure how or why people started making wishes on dandelions. These flowers have been around for thousands of years, and people have grown and used dandelions for much of that time. Every part of the dandelion has found a unique use.
Much more common than these practical uses, though, are the many folklore superstitions that have been attached to dandelions over the years. In addition to granting wishes, many people believe that dandelion seeds will carry your thoughts and dreams to loved ones when you blow them into the air.
(3) Tire pressure. Head-shake has to start somewhere, and the main culprit is that the front wheel lifts off the ground and then hits the next bump. No problem if you are in control, but if the front wheel is askew, it will snap in that direction and bounce back in the opposite direction. Multiple bumps will keep this swapping sensation going. If your tire pressure is too high (20 psi), the tire will rebound faster. If the tire pressure is too low (10 psi), the tire will bite into the next bump and twist the front end more aggressively. The proper tire pressure for the terrain eliminates this factor.
This versatile bubbler has an adjustable inner tube with a #9 Chem-Thread. The taper at bottom of reservoir allows for use of a minimal amount of oil. Some folks have used this model with mercury or other high-density fluids as a "poor man's manostat" to perform vacuum distillations at reduced pressure.
Newly planted saplings can be easily watered by hand, so the use of soakers generally starts with young trees. Fruit trees with roughly 5- to 10-foot canopies probably could be served with a 25-foot-long soaker. A larger specimen, particularly an established citrus or avocado, may need 75 to 100 feet or more. Use two 50-foot soakers, but never attached together, Savio said. This would amplify pressure problems big time. Either hook up one soaker at a time or get a dual spigot and use two hoses to feed the soakers. Some dual nozzle adapters even come with timers.
After buying a new soaker hose, remove the plastic plate with the pin-hole-sized opening at the bib end. Leaving it will prevent the hose from filling and the connection to the hose may explode from the pressure.
Set the coiled soaker in the sun and allow it to heat up. Once it is warm, gradually loosen the line. Place the capped end a foot from the root crown of small trees, two feet or more for larger ones. Gradually uncoil the soaker in circles around the trunk, with each line roughly 18 inches apart. To keep the soaker from drifting as you work, use small twigs poked in the soil as temporary guides. Try to avoid kinks, which can ruin the soaker, especially unheated ones. Once you have one or more soakers looped out to the edge of the tree canopy, and once it is cool outside, hook them up to a garden hose for a test. Turn on the spigot slowly. You will feel and see when the pressure is right. Beads of water should appear evenly on the rubber the full length of the soaker. You should not see an explosive leak or dangerous tension between soaker and hose, or between garden hose and spigot. Do not let a $10 soaker stress plumbing that cost thousands.
How long you run the soaker depends on the composition and moisture content of your soil, your micro-climate and your water pressure. In the foothills with sandy loam, with soil that is already well charged with water, Savio runs soakers around fruit trees for about an hour every two weeks when it is temperate and weekly when the thermometer is in the 90s. If you have dried-out soil, you will need to water longer, possibly several intermittent hourlong sessions for a couple of nights running or one all-night session if you have good infiltration.
If your soil is clay, it will hold water longer but take longer to permeate. Savio recommends watering for a shorter interval, but several times, allowing 24 hours for the irrigation to infiltrate and then repeating the process. Those gardening on clay may wish to use narrower soakers that emit more slowly.
The Dark Side of the Moon is the eighth studio album by the English rock band Pink Floyd, released on 1 March 1973 by Harvest Records. Developed during live performances before recording began, it was conceived as a concept album that would focus on the pressures faced by the band during their arduous lifestyle, and also deal with the mental health problems of former band member Syd Barrett, who departed the group in 1968. New material was recorded in two sessions in 1972 and 1973 at EMI Studios (now Abbey Road Studios) in London.
Note, a mechanical pressure switch should not be confused with a pressure transducer because a pressure transducer converts pressure into an electrical output signal. On the other hand, a mechanical pressure switch simply operates an integrated electrical switch at a preset pressure level.
My Arduino Sketch example enables the pull-up resistor for the low-pressure switch I/O pin so you would not need to add an external pull-up resistor in your design. Simply allow the low-pressure switch to drive its l/O pin LOW to announce it has been activated. You can use any of the available I/O pins you wish for your design and modify the example code accordingly to add more features!
This code makes the LED wired to D6 pin of Arduino Uno blink faster when a gentle blow is detected by the LPS (low-pressure switch) connected to D8 pin of the Arduino Uno. Note that, in idle state, the same LED blinks at a slow rate endlessly.
Pressure range: 0 to 200 bar Over-pressure range: 1.5x pressure range Linearity, hysteresis, thermal shock: +/-1% Frequency response: 0.1 Hz to 30 kHz Minimum Sensor diameter: 1.7 mm Sensor housing continuous temperature: -40 to 350 oC Electronics and opto-electronics continuous temperature: -40 to 135 oC Sensor Output: 0.5-5 V Life time: 500million cycles Table 1. Basic Specications of Optrand Pressure Sensor 041b061a72