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Old 06-15-2009, 11:57 AM   #1
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Does antone know the factory settings for the high speed needle and the low speed for this engine. I.E how many turns out.
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Old 06-15-2009, 12:03 PM   #2
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I think the HSN is 4 1/2 out the LSN 5 out ?
you may give that a try some one may know
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Old 06-15-2009, 12:12 PM   #3
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Race tune is around 2 1/4 out on the hsn, half a turn in from flush on the lsn. Lsn is horizontal also, this also depend on where you race too. But this should get you close.
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OS Speed:

Needle Settings:
High Speed - 3 turns open from fully closed position
(High speed setting given on page 19 of the manual)
Metering Needle - .5mm extruded outside of the ball link body
Mixture Control Valve - Head flush with the carburetor body
(Above two settings given on page 25 of the manual)
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Old 06-15-2009, 02:26 PM   #5
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I think the HSN is 4 1/2 out the LSN 5 out ?
you may give that a try some one may know
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+1 thats how my speed came.
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what pipe does this engine like, other than the O.S. ?
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Sandy, Whats up!

this is good starting point

Idle: 1-1/4 turns in, (from slide just closed)
LSN: 4 turns from closed
MRN: 3-1/4 (10 o'clock)
HSN: 2-1/4 from closed

P4 plug

it will run and idle at above settings.

HSN: will be within an 1/8 of a turn from perfect
LSN: will be within a 1/2 a turn from perfect
Idle: don't move

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what pipe does this engine like, other than the O.S. ?
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The OS 2060 is the best I am using a Mugen OEM 2042 (Its an OS 2060 copy) with a Mugen L shaped header. Best combo I have tried yet. I have tried the dyn 053, dyn 086, GRP 2053. OS 2060 or Mugen 2042 beats them all in power, top speed and torque. I also installed the EB Mods Mugen head button. Huge improvement. Defiantly worth the 40 bucks. You can get them from www.Lucky7RC.com ask for Joe. He is the one that hooked me up with this killer combo.
ok, will look into it....now what would you say those more are....a RPM, Midrange, or Torque based pipes?
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