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The RC and Fouling plug.

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  • The RC and Fouling plug.

    OK well i am the proud owner of a worked RC and one of many in my neighbor hood with an RC, 14 of us to be exact, any way i dont get it. People are always saying you should never run your RC at idle for a long period of time for it will foul the plug. and out of all of us all but 2 of us are still yet to foul a plug, but the thing is the 2 kids that fouled their plugs were running slightly leaner then i am. so my question is, is there actually a method to prevent fouling at idle or does it just vary from engine to engine? Im just curious.
    2002 Sport with Diamond Plate deck, ADA billet Throttle and brake levers, 5" Monster Tach with shift light" yea, it works too" Billet gas cap, 900. Black Magik Spindle with ADA 3rd Bearing Support, Chrome Fancover, ADA Solid Bead Lock and ADA solid front Rim, Ported Big Bore and 1MM Stroked G230RC, with a Kool Head and an Engine Trix Pipe.

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    Varies from what Oil and Fuel you are using, what oil/fuel ratio, carb settings, modifications, brand of spark plug etc... A stock Rc you can let idle for pretty long but when they get modified is when you need to watch out. I never let my ped idle, it just gets the $10 plug wet and loads the motor up.
    Ada All the way.

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    • #3
      wow, its clear you have an iridium
      2002 Sport with Diamond Plate deck, ADA billet Throttle and brake levers, 5" Monster Tach with shift light" yea, it works too" Billet gas cap, 900. Black Magik Spindle with ADA 3rd Bearing Support, Chrome Fancover, ADA Solid Bead Lock and ADA solid front Rim, Ported Big Bore and 1MM Stroked G230RC, with a Kool Head and an Engine Trix Pipe.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Mailbox
        wow, its clear you have an iridium
        Yep. Even though I don't go outta my way to get them.
        Ada All the way.

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