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  • 3,300 PSI - EFI - Question or maybe problem?

    I did some research and found one thread kinda describing the same thing, but not definite answer.

    I have the 3,300 psi - 3.0 gpm - EFI pressure washer from Home Depot.

    I put it together like the manual said, I put the exact amount of oil it said to (12oz container that came with it).

    Gas, removed the pin in the pump for shipping.


    PROBLEM:

    I let it warm up, and when I pull the trigger the engine bogs a little, and the spray is bogs along with it, then within maybe 1 second the engine idles back up and the spray gets stronger at the same pace of the engine.

    Is that lag at the pull of the trigger normal? or is there something wrong with my model?


    Thanks in advance!

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    Re: 3,300 PSI - EFI - Question or maybe problem?

    100% Normal.
    The EFI's throttle body lacks any sort of accelerator pump function or transition porting. So some small lag is to be expected.
    "HONK if you've never seen a gun fired from a moving Harley"

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    • #3
      Re: 3,300 PSI - EFI - Question or maybe problem?

      Originally posted by Doctordeere View Post
      100% Normal.
      The EFI's throttle body lacks any sort of accelerator pump function or transition porting. So some small lag is to be expected.
      Thanks for the info.

      The washer is great and strong.

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