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Old 10-24-2008, 02:12 AM   #1
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Default Rossi Black Magic Carb Settings??

Does anyone happen to know what the factory carb setting are for the Rossi Black Magic?? I've had one in my Inferno since the day I got it 4 years ago, and once I got it started the first time it has been the best and most trouble free engine I've ever owned. It could sit for 6 months and start right up, and I never once made any adjustments to the carb after the first 3 break-in tanks. The other day I tried to start it after a couple months of non-use and it fired for about 3 seconds then died. I've changed plugs/gas/filter/glow igniter/etc and have had no luck. Being an idiot I didn't check to see where the needles were set before I started adjusting them, and would like to start over from the factory specs. Anyone have any advice? Thanks in advance.
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