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Old 08-16-2009, 06:16 PM   #1
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I am breaking in this engine right now. I noticed that the LSN is set very deep from flush. Normally I see the LSN on other engies nearly flush.

Is this typcial for a Nova for the LSN to be set in so far.
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any BF series engine ive had has been that way back to the metal carb tiny cooling head days
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Hey Everyone

I am breaking in this engine right now. I noticed that the LSN is set very deep from flush. Normally I see the LSN on other engies nearly flush.

Is this typcial for a Nova for the LSN to be set in so far.
thats not too far , you will lean it out even more to get to race tune
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