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Old 01-29-2009, 09:28 PM   #1
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just purchased an ofna dm1. does the stock motor seem to sound lean to anybody other than myself? what is the stock needle settings?

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Old 01-30-2009, 12:13 AM   #2
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hsn 3 turnsout
lsn 3.5 turnsout have fun itsa greatcarif you ever need help send me a pm ...where are you located????
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just purchased an ofna dm1. does the stock motor seem to sound lean to anybody other than myself? what is the stock needle settings?

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Mark,
I am experiencing a similar problem. It did not occur until I rotated the brass fitting for the fuel hose on the HSN assembly. Before I loosened and rotated this part the engine was perfect, and easy to tune. So I would carefully look at this area. In fact Ofna has an HSN assembly that uses a composite part that fits much better.
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hsn 3 turnsout
lsn 3.5 turnsout have fun itsa greatcarif you ever need help send me a pm ...where are you located????
im in CT, USA. the southern part of it. how bout you?

is the hsn and lsn stock at 3 and 3.5? or should i adjust it to that.
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i'm in san diego ca ....i would actually start there.....here in san diego i am running 4 turn out on the hsn.....3.5 lsn the air there is less dense so you may sound lean but as long as theres smoke your good
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cool thanks. ill do that today, its 45 degrees out later.
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