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Old 07-24-2005, 06:06 PM
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L. Collari Innotech Engines carb setting

i have a L. Collari Innotech Engines and the carb setting was messed with,
all of them. does anyone now what the factory settings are
on the slide carb should be?


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Old 07-25-2005, 08:19 AM
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Sure do, the engines suck!
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Old 07-25-2005, 08:31 AM
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I can't find the factory settings anywhere. This I know...


low speed... flush with the side of the carb case
mid speed... about half of the screw top above the carb case (this is how mine came from the factory and I haven't turned it in to see where it is...That is where it looks to be)

high speed... I started with a 3 1/2 turn out and was way too lean... now am 4 3/4 turns out... I had a local store owner that runs this motor tell me that they need to be run on the rich side... I followed that lead and it screams.

also note that I am at 4200 ft above sea level and it was around 100 F and dry the last race day. Adjust accordingly. I was trying to lean it for the air temp and ended up running richer than I would have ever thought.

It seems to be a strong mill....
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Not sure how you can give advice when the original poster didn't even specify engine size and model.<shrug> Maybe if we had this info we could advise you better.
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Good Point

I am talkin about the .12
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..of course.... you didn't mention Pooh2's generalization.... interesting
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xs200 3ports .12

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I'm running 30%
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They do run pretty rich and Zoo is right you need that high speed out to almost 5t. I did the exact same thing as Zoo and started at about 3 1/2 and it didn't run at all. My low speed still needs some work but it to is coming along nice. They are a very nice engine with tons of compression. I use a 12V car battery to pound it over!

To the guy who said they sucked...they all do if you don't set 'em right!
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Thats true. Im just a novarossi guy.
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Originally Posted by Pooh2 View Post
Sure do, the engines suck!
I know the 3 needle carb settings if that will help you out

dont beleive this guy, these guy's have been inhale'n to much nitro fumes

rossi's are the best, most expensive, best value (break it in right) and you have a motor that will run for YEARS...


I have 4 (Trinity Black Magic Draked edition Team Edition ceramic bearings, Collari XS 400 , and a Rossi 9 port red case onroad) all share same carb once you set them your done ) i have gotten 15 gallons using 30% byrons before it was more of a pain to get it runnin before new piston/sleeve. awsome motos's hope you got it running right
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Originally Posted by Teamgimpy72 View Post
I know the 3 needle carb settings if that will help you out

After 9 years when this topic was started?
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Originally Posted by Roelof View Post
After 9 years when this topic was started?
Better late than never?
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