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Old 08-21-2007, 10:00 AM   #16
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Has anyone tried the OS P7 Plug in this engine?
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Old 08-22-2007, 02:54 AM   #17
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Has anyone tried the OS P7 Plug in this engine?
i`ve tried them all and long body rossi`s come out on top for me
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Old 08-22-2007, 09:04 PM   #18
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Has anyone tried the OS P7 Plug in this engine?
i tried them and they burnt up pretty fast...
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Old 08-23-2007, 05:42 AM   #19
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So I assume everyone is using the Rossi plugs? I was using the OD plug and they seem to burn up pretty fast as well.
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Every plug was burning up for me until I added an extra head shim and no more problems.
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maybe i should try another shim also....if the #7 nova plugs doent last ill do that...
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I was running an OS 6 after I put the shim in and no problems.
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How many shims are you currently running?
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How many shims are you currently running?
I took out one of the copper shims and added a thicker silver shim.
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I just noticed that the carb nut fell off. Does anyone know the size?
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go to werks website www.werksracing.com there you will find a parts breakdown....
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Does anyone know where you can get screws for the head that aren't flat head screws?
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Does anyone know where you can get screws for the head that aren't flat head screws?
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I hate flat head screws! I think they are 2.5 mm, not sure of the length though, maybe 15 or 20 mm?
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I asked a Werks team driver that question and he explained to me why they are flat head and not caps screws.

Caps head screws will collect and hold dirt possibly making it easier to strip the screw.
Flat head screws the dirt will not hold in the slot.

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i sold me werks's engines!!!! had way to many problems with them...
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