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Old 07-09-2009, 02:17 AM   #1
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Default Novarossi N21BF Limited Edition .21 Off Road 3 Port Buggy Engine - Run in settings

I've just received my Novarossi N21BF Limited Edition .21 Off Road 3 Port Buggy Engine. In the instructions it states the motor comes with run in settings however a couple of paragraghs later it states that run in settings are HSN 3.5 turns out and LSN 5 turns out. This seems rather lean on the HSN

For those who have run this engine in can you please advise what settings you used when undertaking the run in process

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I had a good friend who has been in RC longer than me get mine started and broke in. I do know that we ended up leaning my high speed to get it to stay running in the 2nd and 3rd tank. Mine was very rich. Awesome motor too, I love it!
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My hsn is 2.75 and lsn is about 4.5 to 3.25. these engines like to run a tick lean bottom and a little fat top. temps around 230 - 260 with an odonnells 100 plug easy to tune.
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My hsn is 2.75 and lsn is about 4.5 to 3.25. these engines like to run a tick lean bottom and a little fat top. temps around 230 - 260 with an odonnells 100 plug easy to tune.
the 3.5 hsn and 5 lsn are both a little rich
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