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Old 02-14-2011, 01:17 AM   #1
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hello there, any one have a new JS racing motor that they have some running in information that would help me out.i have run 8 tanks thru it at 1/4 throttle and havent adjusted any niddles yet.what is the best way to run them in?????
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Did you buy it new? as H.O.T the NZ Importer includes very good run in instructions so follow that ...after 8x tanks you should have leaned it out some and also you need to run it with more throttle as the worst thing you can do is let them run cold as they need to get some heat into them...anyway read the instructions
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[QUOTE=BLJNZ;8649676]hello there, any one have a new JS racing motor that they have some running in information that would help me out.i have run 8 tanks thru it at 1/4 throttle and havent adjusted any niddles yet.what is the best way to run them in?????[/QUOT


You should start leaning your motor out on your next tank. Before you do that, set your idle gap to 1 and 1/4 turns out from closed. This will make tuning the motor much easier. After you set the idle gap you need to get the motor to idle(low speed needle) , and then set your top end. This technique is what all of us team guys use. If the motor ever become too far out of tune, just reset the idle gap and start over.
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Well 8 tanks covers the most important part of running in. You should now start getting the motor up to around 200 degrees and run a couple more about 1/2 throttle then you should be good. Or if you want to get some practice in just throw it on the track making sure the temps are good, just keep it easy on the straights and don't go crazy with the rpm's.
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