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Old 06-21-2010, 08:19 AM   #1
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Default i bought a new dynamite .19 i broke it in now i can't get it started help???

i got my dynimite .19 engine i broke it in as instructed then it got hot out side the next day i tryed to tune it but failed it was spiting fuel out of the pipe on the factory settings and wouldn't start i tryed to lean it off but no luck can someone give me the factory settings or some tips??? thanks
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i got my dynimite .19 engine i broke it in as instructed then it got hot out side the next day i tryed to tune it but failed it was spiting fuel out of the pipe on the factory settings and wouldn't start i tryed to lean it off but no luck can someone give me the factory settings or some tips??? thanks
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tryed that.
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i got my dynimite .19 engine i broke it in as instructed then it got hot out side the next day i tryed to tune it but failed it was spiting fuel out of the pipe on the factory settings and wouldn't start i tryed to lean it off but no luck can someone give me the factory settings or some tips??? thanks
Sounds like you very rich if the pipe is spitting fuel. Try this put the bottom needle flush then turn it in 1/4 turn in, put the top needle 2 1/2 turns out from closed you should be able to get it started with this setting hope it helps,
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+1 for it's rich. Also, pull the pipe off and dump out the oil. Might be filled up which won't let the motor run. Good luck.
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just pulled off the pipe and a ton of fuel came out hopeing that was my problem..
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still not running anymore ideas??? im think of throwing this thing in the trash
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check ur throttle opening first,adjust low end needle flush then turn it in 1/4 turn in, adjust the high end 2 1/2 turns out from closed and try again.check ur glow heater an see if it cooks with enough heat.
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