Originally Posted by Hrdluck13
I have a Novarossi P5 that has about three gallons through it.
Still has tons of compression left in it as well.
Anyway, since the weather has changed it seems like I havent been able to find that right tune I am looking for.
I put the needles back to stock settings and decided to start over. Anyway,
I ran this weekend and was trying to get it tuned.
Here is the problem. I pulled it off the track at 245 degrees and when I rev it up it spits fuel... I dont get it..
It does seem like my bottom end is fat but I am affraid to lean it out because it is running warm already. At the same time if I lean out the top it is going to make me 275 +... Any advice would be much appreciated..
In normal situation it is pretty normal (in case if everything in your engine is fine) when weather changed you have tune head shimming.
If you will describe how your weather changed-warmer, colder, higher humudity or lower, etc, I might be able to give you some guidlines what to do.
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