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Old 05-07-2008, 10:17 AM   #1
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Exclamation Sirio monster big block .27 settings

HEllo I'm looking for the settings for the sirio monster big block .27! Can any one give advice? Ok let me start off by saying this engine is bad ass what lil I can get it running! I got it used so do not know alot about it. It's got more compression than my V-Spec witch screems. So I don't believe it's a compression issue. Carb setting are as follows: HSN 2 1/4 turns, LSN is almost 3 1/2, have not touched the mid. Played with the idle screw a lil got it pretty good I feel! Engine starts right up, excellaration is descent at half throtle. Full throtle it just screems for a sec or two then boggs down. It does not rev up then bogg, just bogg at full throtle after a second. It has a O'donnel 99 turbo glo plug (yes, a 99 turbo plug, I can't find anything on this) So now after seeing that i'm going try a racers edge #7med plug. thanx for your time
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