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Old 07-03-2010, 08:13 PM   #31
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That, and, even after a gallon of fuel, the engine may not be fully broken in. IT can noe day, even after 2 gallons, finally lose its mechanical pinch and then be fully broken in. THEN it will fall on its face and need a complete re tune...

dont count everything out. Try out the new plug/fuel line/etc and then go from there.

My engine needs re tuned every day due to our fluctuating weather here. One day is 90 with 100 pervent humidity, next is 80 and dry, next is 100 and dry, nxt is 50 and pouring.
Why is this hobby so full of drama? Its toy cars....
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