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Old 08-01-2010, 05:33 PM   #1
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Unhappy Help!!!!! with nova 4plusc team 2010

Help i bought a novarossi plus 4 c team 2010 and i can't start it. The glow its ok, the fuel, the engine spin,,,, but nothing explote !!!!

ps sorry about my english i am from argentina
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Old 08-01-2010, 06:22 PM   #2
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Make sure you have the correct needle settings for breakin as well as the correct idle gap
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Old 08-01-2010, 06:28 PM   #3
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i just take the engine and i put it on my car !!!!!!
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I have the same engine and mine came very rich from the factory. You may need to lean out the low speed and high speed to get the engine to start and maintain a idle. If you have a lot of fuel coming out of your pipe you know its to rich and flooded with fuel.
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i will try that.... i close,, and i open,, and i try,, but i will try again with your recomendation !!!!
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did you prime it before you apply the glow starter?
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turn the piston to bottom dead center and heat it up with a hair dryer, prime it, apply glow starter then try start it again...
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i did it,,i swear !!!!
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are your needles correct? did you check your idle screw and gap in the carb?
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Are you using the glow plug that came in your engine. the last 3 Novarossi engines I've started for the first time had bad glowplugs. try a 97T odonnell plug if it's a turbo........And like above mentioned lean the bottom end about a half turn......that should get u running.....
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Are you using the glow plug that came in your engine. the last 3 Novarossi engines I've started for the first time had bad glowplugs. try a 97T odonnell plug if it's a turbo........And like above mentioned lean the bottom end about a half turn......that should get u running.....

When in doubt, change you're plug....
My last Nova plug seemed to work, but I were unable to get it to idle steady, ODO97T did the trick!
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Old 08-02-2010, 08:57 AM   #13
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i will try and inform to you what happen. Thx !!!!
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