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Old 05-15-2008, 08:54 PM   #16
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The air is denser and harder to burn. Run a pipe that will let the engine breath, go down to 7mm on the restrictor (get a 6.5 and drill it or open it slightly with a dremel), and lean her out with a hot plug. I have been running the Odonell sport plugs in red and the OD77s and they work perfectly.
This will clean her up when the air is hard to burn.
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Its worth a try Thanks.
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