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Old 12-28-2008, 10:47 PM   #46
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long tracks 4 sure..
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Old 07-06-2009, 07:38 AM   #47
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i am having some major problems with my s5 l2g, the top end is great, when it gets up there, im having low end issues
i have the s5l2g running 30% fuel and i have the 053 mr pipe
i have mc8 plug, i think and i have a bogging issue on the low end, i am a relative newbie here, and have had experienced tuners try and tune in my engine, the low end stays shitty, i dont know what to do
when i punch the throttle it bogs for like 3 second then takes off, we have leaned it and richened it, and still the same thing
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i am having some major problems with my s5 l2g, the top end is great, when it gets up there, im having low end issues
i have the s5l2g running 30% fuel and i have the 053 mr pipe
i have mc8 plug, i think and i have a bogging issue on the low end, i am a relative newbie here, and have had experienced tuners try and tune in my engine, the low end stays shitty, i dont know what to do
when i punch the throttle it bogs for like 3 second then takes off, we have leaned it and richened it, and still the same thing
I would put the needles at factory. 3 1/2 hsn 5 lsn. Lean out the hsn about a quarter turn. Then lean out the the lsn. Lean it until it sounds good. If that don't work you may have a leak.
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There could be many reasons why your low end is bogging. Did you shim the engine for 30%? What clutch are you using, a clutch that is grabbing too soon could load the low end. You may have a leak from the front bearing or around the carb area. Try a different plug like a RB#6 or a Mc59. Post some answers to the questions I asked so we can better help you.
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Old 07-06-2009, 01:07 PM   #50
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ok, i have the head shimmed correctly, we have .4 under it, the clucth im using is a jammin 3 shoe, stock in my buggy, with 1.1 or gold springs, that have under 2 gallons on them,
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Hello again, would the S5 l2g be better off with a mid range pipe such as the dynamite 053mr or a low end pipe, like maybe the JP1? thanks im running 30%
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try a rb2045 its a real good pipe
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well i dont have one of them i have the choice between jp1 and dynamite 053mr for this weekend, Motor is at factory settings right now
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best pipe i found was 086 with short double bend manifold. sometimes i got a low end bog too. was always solved with keeping the fuel lines level. even if i had to keep zip ties on them to hold in place. i liked the 2045 but a little less runtime. since your happy with your top end i would use an 086 with stock headeryou will be pleased. just try keeping fuel lines all as close to equal height
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i had the clutch shoes in backwards, which was i believe causing my bog problem, which was also causing the shoes to rub against the clutch bell on the sides im going to try to continue with the 053 mr
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sound like your good!
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hopefully that will fix it
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