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Old 04-12-23, 10:14 PM
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Originally Posted by Velo Vol
It's difficult to say how many miles are ridden.

Maybe rjones28 can tell us how it's done. He's a numbers guy.
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Correct
I see what you did there.
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Isn't it time for Bam to buy another bike? It's been a few weeks, right?

I think I might actually be getting one, but I could be mistaken. Will post the dets when I know if it will actually happen or not.


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Originally Posted by big john
If it has electronic throttle the first thing I would do is clean the throttle plate and bore. I don't know what you have but certain cars will idle high after cleaning and need a reset. Others will settle down on their own.

I would put a fuel pressure gauge on it and see if it is leaking down. If it has an external fuel pressure regulator (doubtful) and has a vacuum hose it's easy to check. Just pull the hose off and see if there is fuel in the hose.

Leaking injectors will do that, too. A pressure gauge may show it but maybe not. They just have to ooze a little fuel to slightly flood the engine.
I think this is actually might be all my fault. A few times recently I have let the gas get dangerously low. To the point a couple times I have had to add gas from the gas cans in my garage to get to a gas station. I talked to the wife yesterday, I am going to see if I can get the fuel pump and fuel filter changed this week when I get home. Fuel filter should be 200 max, the fuel pump worries me a little bit. They have to pull the tank to change the filter so might as well change the filter.
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Originally Posted by mschwett
today’s “lunchtime” ride, despite being on one of my favorite routes, was just bad. 7 hours since I’d eaten, strong headwinds on the climb, too many meds on board, it was just work. slow work. interesting how on one of those days the average power just keeps dropping, and 200w feels like it takes as much effort as 275w normally. can’t decide if I need a break or to ride harder.
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Originally Posted by mschwett
today’s “lunchtime” ride, despite being on one of my favorite routes, was just bad. 7 hours since I’d eaten, strong headwinds on the climb, too many meds on board, it was just work. slow work. interesting how on one of those days the average power just keeps dropping, and 200w feels like it takes as much effort as 275w normally. can’t decide if I need a break or to ride harder.
Wind sucks the joy out of riding. My average power is always lower on days with heavy headwinds
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Originally Posted by phrantic09
Wind sucks the joy out of riding. My average power is always lower on days with heavy headwinds
I wonder if this is because you get lower/more aero which closes the hip angle and lowers your power slightly. The aero advantage outweighs the loss of power.

Maybe?

I am pretty sure that happens to me, although I don't have a power meter to confirm.
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Too tired now. Maybe later.
How about now?
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I need to go to NJ for Rx cat food. The store is 5 minutes from the office, so I’m planning to stop in. Also going to make my first Wawa visit of 2023. Should be an interesting morning.
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I need to go to NJ for Rx cat food. The store is 5 minutes from the office, so I’m planning to stop in. Also going to make my first Wawa visit of 2023. Should be an interesting morning.
I went in a convenience store yesterday and the toilet was clogged up.
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Originally Posted by phrantic09
Wind sucks the joy out of riding. My average power is always lower on days with heavy headwinds
yeah. it's a frequent occurence around here, and i've definitely noticed the reduced power but it doesn't usually come with the overall fatigue/crappiness that i was feeling yesterday. like bonking but without the 80 miles to show for it!!

sailflow says the average was 23mph with gusts into the upper 20s and lulls in low 20s, which tells me it was a very steady, consistent, *&)$(&@*( of a wind.
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Originally Posted by bampilot06
I think I might actually be getting one, but I could be mistaken. Will post the dets when I know if it will actually happen or not.


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So I have a longstanding patient who moved to NJ and is of modest means so she is on NJ state Medicaid. She still wants to see me 1-2x/year and I have agreed. Seems reasonable, right??

I saw her recently and told her I would accept $50 for the visit since I am not in her network and her insurance will not cover visits with me.

My administrators are telling me this is illegal and I cannot bill her since she has Medicaid. So they tell me I must fire her as a patient, which I don't really agree with and will make her very upset too.

Sigh.
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After a day at work, sitting down, my cellulitis-affected leg was swollen in funny ways. I put on my new mid-calf socks when getting ready for the ride and in just a few minutes my leg was bulging around them, so I pulled the to down a bit. I was concerned that an hour plus riding - essentially sitting with my legs down - would result in more swelling, but when I was done riding, the swelling had actually gone down considerably. I guess an hour of spinning between 80 and 115 pumped the excess fluid out.

I'm gonna Zwift again tonight (since the winds are supposed to be like last night) but Friday I'mma ride IRL again, and I'll do a big Sunday ride. Then Tuesday I fly Back East for a week - 3 days at Rockville for work, then 3 days at The Ancestral Home.
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Originally Posted by mschwett
yeah. it's a frequent occurence around here, and i've definitely noticed the reduced power but it doesn't usually come with the overall fatigue/crappiness that i was feeling yesterday. like bonking but without the 80 miles to show for it!!

sailflow says the average was 23mph with gusts into the upper 20s and lulls in low 20s, which tells me it was a very steady, consistent, *&$(&@*( of a wind.
Riding in the afternoons all through Spring, Summer and Fall, I end up riding into headwinds A LOT. And usually they peak at that time of day, so when I encounter a headwind in the mid-afternoon on a Sunday ride, it's something I'm used to. Yeah, it sucks, but it doesn't ruin the ride, as it would if I weren't practiced at riding into headwinds.
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Originally Posted by bampilot06
I think this is actually might be all my fault. A few times recently I have let the gas get dangerously low. To the point a couple times I have had to add gas from the gas cans in my garage to get to a gas station. I talked to the wife yesterday, I am going to see if I can get the fuel pump and fuel filter changed this week when I get home. Fuel filter should be 200 max, the fuel pump worries me a little bit. They have to pull the tank to change the filter so might as well change the filter.
I don't see how running the fuel level low would hurt anything. Maybe if you ran out of gas and ran the pump dry. Or ran it extremely low and added fuel when the pump was hot. I've heard of those scenarios.

Cars that have the filter as an integral part of the fuel pump module do not need filter service. The filter is supposed to last the life of the pump.

Instead of assuming the pump is at fault why don't you have someone you trust actually diagnose it? I will say what you described does not sound like a fuel filter at all. A clogged fuel filter will cause a lack of power and likely a check engine light with lean codes.

A fuel pump could cause the start-stall thing but other things are more likely. A fuel pressure gauge will show if the pump is at fault if it acts up while being tested. At that time a fuel sample could be taken to look for water, etc.

If someone brought me a car and said "replace the fuel pump" I would want to know why they thought they needed a pump before spending $1200 (or more) of their money only to have them come back and be pissed because it didn't fix the problem.
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Originally Posted by genejockey
After a day at work, sitting down, my cellulitis-affected leg was swollen in funny ways. I put on my new mid-calf socks when getting ready for the ride and in just a few minutes my leg was bulging around them, so I pulled the to down a bit. I was concerned that an hour plus riding - essentially sitting with my legs down - would result in more swelling, but when I was done riding, the swelling had actually gone down considerably. I guess an hour of spinning between 80 and 115 pumped the excess fluid out.

I'm gonna Zwift again tonight (since the winds are supposed to be like last night) but Friday I'mma ride IRL again, and I'll do a big Sunday ride. Then Tuesday I fly Back East for a week - 3 days at Rockville for work, then 3 days at The Ancestral Home.
The "muscle pump" empties the deep leg veins very efficiently. If it didn't, you couldn't increase cardiac output and you'd have to stay home with yer feet up.
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Originally Posted by genejockey
After a day at work, sitting down, my cellulitis-affected leg was swollen in funny ways. I put on my new mid-calf socks when getting ready for the ride and in just a few minutes my leg was bulging around them, so I pulled the to down a bit. I was concerned that an hour plus riding - essentially sitting with my legs down - would result in more swelling, but when I was done riding, the swelling had actually gone down considerably. I guess an hour of spinning between 80 and 115 pumped the excess fluid out.

I'm gonna Zwift again tonight (since the winds are supposed to be like last night) but Friday I'mma ride IRL again, and I'll do a big Sunday ride. Then Tuesday I fly Back East for a week - 3 days at Rockville for work, then 3 days at The Ancestral Home.
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Originally Posted by mschwett
sailflow says the average was 23mph with gusts into the upper 20s and lulls in low 20s, which tells me it was a very steady, consistent, *&$(&@*( of a wind.
You know, the wind didn't seem so bad yesterday. Probably because it was quite steady, not gusty.

It was blowing almost straight into my face along Foothill Expressway. I was stopped at one of the traffic lights, thinking "there's not that much wind". Then I looked up at the street sign hanging above. It was leaning towards me at an alarming angle, but not swinging. I took the sign as a "sign", and I diverted onto the tree-lined backroads.
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Originally Posted by big john
I don't see how running the fuel level low would hurt anything. Maybe if you ran out of gas and ran the pump dry. Or ran it extremely low and added fuel when the pump was hot. I've heard of those scenarios.

Cars that have the filter as an integral part of the fuel pump module do not need filter service. The filter is supposed to last the life of the pump.

Instead of assuming the pump is at fault why don't you have someone you trust actually diagnose it? I will say what you described does not sound like a fuel filter at all. A clogged fuel filter will cause a lack of power and likely a check engine light with lean codes.

A fuel pump could cause the start-stall thing but other things are more likely. A fuel pressure gauge will show if the pump is at fault if it acts up while being tested. At that time a fuel sample could be taken to look for water, etc.

If someone brought me a car and said "replace the fuel pump" I would want to know why they thought they needed a pump before spending $1200 (or more) of their money only to have them come back and be pissed because it didn't fix the problem.
I thought you might mention one of the sensors ... mass airflow sensor ... idle sensor ? this-or-that sensor ... ?

been a while - but I believe we had a similar idle problem with a Ford back in the late 90’s ... cleaned and / or replaced a sensor ...
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I thought you might mention one of the sensors ... mass airflow sensor ... idle sensor ? this-or-that sensor ... ?

been a while - but I believe we had a similar idle problem with a Ford back in the late 90’s ... cleaned and / or replaced a sensor ...
He said it was a start-stall thing and if he kept his foot on the gas it would straighten out and run fine. No codes, no light.
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Originally Posted by big john
I don't see how running the fuel level low would hurt anything. Maybe if you ran out of gas and ran the pump dry. Or ran it extremely low and added fuel when the pump was hot. I've heard of those scenarios.

Cars that have the filter as an integral part of the fuel pump module do not need filter service. The filter is supposed to last the life of the pump.

Instead of assuming the pump is at fault why don't you have someone you trust actually diagnose it? I will say what you described does not sound like a fuel filter at all. A clogged fuel filter will cause a lack of power and likely a check engine light with lean codes.

A fuel pump could cause the start-stall thing but other things are more likely. A fuel pressure gauge will show if the pump is at fault if it acts up while being tested. At that time a fuel sample could be taken to look for water, etc.

If someone brought me a car and said "replace the fuel pump" I would want to know why they thought they needed a pump before spending $1200 (or more) of their money only to have them come back and be pissed because it didn't fix the problem.

The fuel filter made sense to me at the moment. Apparently this is a known problem with 2013 dodge caravans and from what I am reading there doesn’t appear to be a solution. I’m worried if I take it to the shop they will want to replace everything. Computer, pump, filter, spark plugs, injectors and so on.
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