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Old 12-10-2011, 09:27 PM   #1
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engine is on factory settings (fluah) it is very slow and when I put full throttle it dies
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Is it a new engine? Factory settings are on the rich side and will either bog out of the hole with tons of smoke and die if you pull too much throttle or it will only spool up to a certain RPM. In both cases if it's broken in you have to start to tune it now.
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engine is on factory settings (fluah) it is very slow and when I put full throttle it dies
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