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Orc carb settings with s1...help

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  • Orc carb settings with s1...help

    I cant get this hing tuned. Its a stock rc with s1. i just cant get it tuned. Can any one help me out? Thanks
    AGperformance

    Jeff Stutz

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    Set the low at 1 1/2 turns out and the high at 1 1/4. Then turn in the high as needed. If you live in the conditions I live in, you should end up around One turn out on the high.
    Ada All the way.

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    • #3
      The main problem is the lowend. It bogs really bad. the top end is alright. I think i might need a new base gasket. Thanks mike. Any more suggestions.
      AGperformance

      Jeff Stutz

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      • #4
        If you need to go any more open then 1 3/4 turns out on the high for it to run semi better on low end, you either need to clean the carb or you have a slight air leak somewhere. If your base gasket is leaking, there should be an oil spot. And you can't miss it.
        Ada All the way.

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