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Old 11-15-2009, 10:23 PM   #1
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Default axe rossie mamba with nova carb??

is it doable? i think my stock metal mamba carb is acting up that either cant hold tune or air leak. i think the nova plastic may save my day..Tx..
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I dont know about the nova carb but could you tell some symptoms of the axe carb I have the Axe mamabe evo X1 and maybe able to help
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just cant idle...sounds like overheating....cant hold tune...all kinds of trouble that you dont want to happen...
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1st did physicaly pull the carb out and seal there and also the carb vent. and did you check the needels to see if the o rings where crack and distorted in any way both high needle and your low needel

2nd what is your temp on your motor?

3rd have you went back to the factory setting witch is very very rich and if you dont have I can get those for you
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