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Old 02-14-2009, 07:30 PM   #1
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Default gotech engine tuning help

i know there is a massive official go engine thread but tahst just confusing well my mate just got craig laughtons old gotech .21 and cant manage to tune it is there an official factory setting for this engine?
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Most Go carbs are flush on the top and 1.5 turns in from flush on the lsn. That might be a tad rich but a good starting point.

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thow an os speed carb and tunnig and power band will rock ...igot one of of ebay $60 unlocks this motor to be a badd a$$
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On the gotech, tune the LSN first then the HSN.
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