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Old 08-24-2017, 11:52 AM   #346
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Adam Drake - can you tell me what the difference between the 2060 and 2090 would be? Looking at a Prolek Samuri for buggy.

The 2090 will have more low end power. The 2060 is a little smoother on bottom
Drake doesn't check this thread, as he's not an AMain/Protek driver. Check the OS thread.
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He responded long ago. Thanks Stephen!
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Hi, could i have the feedback of some Samourai v2 users? is this engine easy to tune? what is the best pipe for a buggy? fuel consumption? thanks in advance
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Hi, could i have the feedback of some Samourai v2 users? is this engine easy to tune? what is the best pipe for a buggy? fuel consumption? thanks in advance
Yes easy to tune. Some of us have been resetting the mid range and low speed needles to be similar settings to v1. You can find these settings by googling.

Protek/OS 2090 pipe all day. 8-10min per tank depending on driver, track, etc. Byron 30% runs best with P3 plugs. All IMO.
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Yes easy to tune. Some of us have been resetting the mid range and low speed needles to be similar settings to v1. You can find these settings by googling.

Protek/OS 2090 pipe all day. 8-10min per tank depending on driver, track, etc. Byron 30% runs best with P3 plugs. All IMO.
Thanks a lot for your quick answer
Why you are ressetting the needles of the carb to come back to the v1?
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Hi, could i have the feedback of some Samourai v2 users? is this engine easy to tune? what is the best pipe for a buggy? fuel consumption? thanks in advance
I roll with 2060, I haven't used the 2090 but I've heard the 2060 is smoother n better runtime. I get 10min no matter what size track!
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Old 11-23-2017, 02:58 PM   #352
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Thanks a lot for your quick answer
Why you are ressetting the needles of the carb to come back to the v1?
Because I don't like how the engine tunes or performs with the mid-speed needle turned that far in and the LSN equally as rich. Preference.
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Because I don't like how the engine tunes or performs with the mid-speed needle turned that far in and the LSN equally as rich. Preference.
I don't find on google the references of the needle that need to be changed? could you give me the references or a link
Many thanks by advance
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