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Old 09-24-2009, 07:37 PM   #1
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I have a nitro 4 tec 3.3 RTR and i am running 30% sport nitro. I put my hand infornt of my tuned pipe (exshaust) and there was nitro flying out. Does anyone know what i can do to fix this? Also when i let it idle sometime it dies and sometimes it doesnt and when it doesnt i press the accrelarte button right when i press it the engine always truns off does anyone know whats wrong?

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I have a nitro 4 tec 3.3 RTR and i am running 30% sport nitro. I put my hand infornt of my tuned pipe (exshaust) and there was nitro flying out. Does anyone know what i can do to fix this? Also when i let it idle sometime it dies and sometimes it doesnt and when it doesnt i press the accrelarte button right when i press it the engine always truns off does anyone know whats wrong?

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Sounds like you are rich on the bottom alittle.Make you hsn flush,then start to lean the bottom a 1/4 turn.
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anyone else? i tired that didnt work
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hey it runs sometimes an sometimes it just dies when i press the accelerate trigger, also if i let it idle and then turn it of i turned of the car and oil just started dripping from the exshaust. PLZ help someone!
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The oil coming out from the pipe is all the exess oil... that's from the needles being set too rich ( too much fuel going to the engine ) Did you lean (close) the High speed neddle? try closing it 1/2 a turn (6 hrs)

hope it helps!

Remember take your time! if you get frustrated you only make things worst. Also allow some time for the changes in the needles to make efect.

You can also watch the dvd that came with your car for a more visual explanation.
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hey it runs sometimes an sometimes it just dies when i press the accelerate trigger, also if i let it idle and then turn it of i turned of the car and oil just started dripping from the exshaust. PLZ help someone!
Ok you tryed it all. Now do this take it to stock settings, flush the bottom
with the housing, Then close the top needle then turn it 2 full turns out, The stock setting is 3 turns but the Engine is used so 2 turns should be good.
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