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Old 04-25-2008, 03:32 AM   #16
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O.K.,

Last night i pulled the motor and removed the carb.

The thermal insulator has a hole in it.

So I ordered a new insulator,rubber gasket and sealing washer. The parts will be in on tuesday and i'll post my findings on wednesday.

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Old 05-06-2008, 03:24 AM   #17
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THANK YOU EVERYONE!

I REPLACED THE THERMAL INSULATOR AND USED CARB SEAL OND BOTH THE CARB AND THE BACK PLATE.

WOW WHAT A BIG DIFFERANCE.

THANKS AGAIN!
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Check for a cracked block or air leak.

My V-Specs have by far been the easiest engines I have ever owned to tune.

If it wont start it needs a plug. If it stalls either it ran out of fuel or the clutch bearings have gone bad. These things are incredible when it comes to ease of tuning.

Bought a new Speed ran one tank at home and took it to the track. On the first tank I flipped on the back stretch waited a while no marshall coming walked off the stand across the track picked it up carried it back to the pits threw it back down and went back up on the stand and kept going without flaming out on the 2nd tank. I couldnt believe it. I love these things best engines ever.
ditto on this statement. They are an amazing peice of engineering for sure!

Mine booged aswell in the breakin so I adj. lsn then it gained its punch and i then took the needle back to stock only adj. hsn from there on out..
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