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Old 07-05-2009, 02:02 PM   #31
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yay its better. But now im just not sure if 1mm is enough idle gap to start the engine. The manuals says the gap should be 0.3mm which is wierd.
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yay its better. But now im just not sure if 1mm is enough idle gap to start the engine. The manuals says the gap should be 0.3mm which is wierd.
1mm should be ok, maybe a little high, but shouldn't rev real high. If when you start it is to high, turn the idle screw counter clockwise
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Yay i GOT IT up and running! thx for all ur help! And yes I did unscrew the idle a lil cause 1mm was a lil too high
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