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Old 07-31-2003, 02:08 AM   #121
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who called me? holly sh*t...this tread is full of KY gel..
Watch out for the mess Vinyard has made from tunning engine in bed w/ WD-40.
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Emm...wonder why they like RC so much! What are they thinking during driving RC and what they so much enjoy servicing their RC' dismantle, assemble, lubricating, screw etc.
Who? us?
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Any experienced tuner always checks the timing!!!

Also make sure you don't have any pre-ignition problems,if so check the plug!!!
Yes, you are right sir.. timing is very important..
once you got the wrong timing.. the engine is a mess!
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Watch out for the mess Vinyard has made from tunning engine in bed w/ WD-40.
I always clean up after tuning..
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I always clean up after tuning..
always tuning no good, you need real ACTION !
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always tuning no good, you need real ACTION !
I get down to action everytime when the tuning's done.
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I get down to action everytime when the tuning's done.
dont forget your WD40 ! its your wildcard from track to pit and from kitchen to bedroom !
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always tuning no good, you need real ACTION !
It seems vinyard spends too much time trying to tune the engine,maybe you need a little more practice.Are you struggling trying to set the high speed needle or the low end,please don't tell me you played around with the mid range,if so just set it to flush!!!
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I just got thru cleaning my pipe last week. And I used this stuff a guy gave me....(going to get can)....Its by CRC chemicals, called "Hydro Force", " all purpose cleaner/degreaser" Spray it on let it Foam up and soak in.... On my pipe, I took a shop rag and placed it on the pipe and soaked the rag with the cleaner, letting it soak in and sit for 10 -15 minutes, then rubbed all the shtuff off.

And it was REALLY dirty...I couldn't believe it came clean.
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