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Old 11-08-2009, 02:14 AM   #1
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Default LSN issue

First off yes I do know this is in the "tunning bible" I'm just realy having a heck of time getting this LSN setting correct. It just dont have much on the low end of power as far as 1/4 throttle wants to bog down as if getting to much fuel. I guess what im realy looking for is just a quick guide to setting the LSN.

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Old 11-08-2009, 03:07 AM   #2
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1 simple way that you can use to make sure you LSN is somewhere in the ball park is to pinch the fuel line 1 inch from the carb after coming in from a high speed pass. The motor should idle up then die somewhere in between 3-5 seconds. If it just dies and the motor doesn't rev up it's to lean. If the motor takes longer then 3-5 seconds to die but still idles up right before you are probably to rich. It's a simple way to make sure your LSN is in order.
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