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Old 03-17-2010, 08:39 PM   #1
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I have searched for info on this engine and can't find anything, my question is can anyone tell me factory carb settings? And what would be a good pipe? I'm running a OFNA latemodel on dirt oval
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Close the top end needle until its lightly seated then out 3 1/2 turns . Bottom turn in till lightly seated then out 5 turns . ( Hold the slide open when you adjust the bottom end so you dont do any damage . I ran C5 and C6's for years they all loved 086 pipes .
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ITs 3 1/2 on top and 4 1/2 on bottom ( Factory). 5 may be to rich to start. You may Still have to lean the bottom out to make it run/idle. Speedyrob
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Thanks! I will give it a try, I ran the 086 pipe on my ninja .21 and i liked it alot, this is my 1st rb motor, i have heard many good things about them..
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Thanks! I will give it a try, I ran the 086 pipe on my ninja .21 and i liked it alot, this is my 1st rb motor, i have heard many good things about them..
YOUR going to LOVE it. Rb are great easy to tune motors take your time with break in if its new. The motor well last any where from 8-12++++ gallons with Proper care. I have some Nasty Rb motors and there all stock never get Pulled by Anything speedy, +4, Etc. The 086 Well be a great pipe to run also the 2035, rb 2045 with the 2045 being the best Power/ Runtime pipe for any Rb. If you have any trouble free free to post anytime in the Rb section on here. I just got done Breaking in the new RB SHARK9 Boy this things a monster with some killer runtime First race with it this weekend. Speedyrob
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rb 2045 with the 2045 being the best Power/ Runtime pipe for any Rb.
yeah i was about to say the same thing the RB 2045 should be the pipe to go since its made for those engines. i had it on a C6 now i have it on a jammin JPX 21 and its a great pipe, im getting almost 10 min a tank on a buggy with that pipe and engine combo and everyone says that engine sucks the fuel. i have the first JPX 21 not the new that gets better run time.
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