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Old 01-06-2004, 07:31 PM   #1
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Hi, I have a question. It is about the engine needle settings. I read my engine manual and it said 5 turns out. I was wondering if "1 Turn" if it is 180 Degree turn or a 360 Degree turn??

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360 degress = 1 turn.
If this is the starting point (l) than this is a 1/4 turn (-)
1/4 turn = This(l) to this (-)
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ok thanks alot!
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Hi, I have a question. It is about the engine needle settings. I read my engine manual and it said 5 turns out. I was wondering if "1 Turn" if it is 180 Degree turn or a 360 Degree turn??

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you neva went to school then!!
a circle has how many degrees
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you neva went to school then!!
Well, i dont see the word "circle" in "turn"
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you neva went to school then!!
a circle has how many degrees
neva? godd skoll threre eh?
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neva? godd skoll threre eh?
To be honest, in our LHS we use the term 1 turn as 180 degrees, this is because its easier to count in 180 degree, if the screw driver slips then, you know ...
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To be honest, in our LHS we use the term 1 turn as 180 degrees, this is because its easier to count in 180 degree, if the screw driver slips then, you know ...
so what is a full turn?
half a turn?
quarter turn?

360
180
90
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so what is a full turn?
half a turn?
quarter turn?

360
180
90
i dont know why people mess up with such simple question like this. cartman is right

think of the radio button.

when you do a full turn, it is 360'
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To be honest, in our LHS we use the term 1 turn as 180 degrees, this is because its easier to count in 180 degree, if the screw driver slips then, you know ...
How is it we get 8 or 9 responses to such a simple question?

Anyway, I call a 180 movement "one flat" - referring to the "flat" of the screwdriver blade . . . . there, that should add some confusion.

But, try that carb needle using 5 x 180 turns and see how it runs.

As Cartman says, there must be 360 in a "turn".
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i dont know why people mess up with such simple question like this. cartman is right
Lucky data isn't here otherwise he will confuse us more and say it is 360.00000000000 !
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Lucky data isn't here otherwise he will confuse us more and say it is 360.00000000000 !
so true !

i dont think he is that kind of people in that detail. I think he will only do like 360.000000 instead !
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so true !

i dont think he is that kind of people in that detail. I think he will only do like 360.000000 instead !
Damn you under estimate Data's capability !
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Damn you under estimate Data's capability !
I believe in Data ! dont worry !
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