Here we go again. One of those long winded, self indulgent threads that I'm known for. I was sick of feeling sick so we went up to Gunnedah for the TDRA weekend. I haven't raced since the last round of the Sydney championships and didn't work on the car either while I was crook so it was a suck it and see situation. Woke up Saturday morning and the wind was howling. Of course it had to be a head wind which is a pain when you've only got 90 H.P. to play with. Saturday is test 'n' tune but the best I could get was 9.013 with 1.9 sixty foot times. One thing I've been chasing for the last couple of meetings has been rough running after the burnout and even stalling at the end of runs. It always felt like it was running out of fuel. It's fairly noticeable in this video. Please ignore the rough and ready ram tube filters. The wind was that bad there was a lot of grass seed floating about so I thought I'd better do something. Also observe what those filters do. I might have to lengthen the ram tubes to contain the pulse. After a couple of runs I screwed the jets down 2 flats and cured the roughness. It's obviously been running too lean. Don't know why I hadn't thought of it sooner.