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Old 06-25-2009, 03:53 PM   #136
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It all depends on which break-in method you use. I have used one method where it still had alot of pinch afterwards and i've used other methods that had almost no pinch afterwards.
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It all depends on which break-in method you use. I have used one method where it still had alot of pinch afterwards and i've used other methods that had almost no pinch afterwards.
Thanks....would you mind to let me know on which break-in method you're using?
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It positions the spraybar into the airflow, see it as a finetuning if you want (and can get) everything out of it.
Good to know...maybe you know what the factory setting is?
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The advise is to keep it flush to the housing.
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Old 06-26-2009, 12:46 AM   #140
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Thanks....would you mind to let me know on which break-in method you're using?
Well, that's something that alot of people like to debate. I don't know what's best and i'm not going to claim what I do is the best because someone will want to argue.
All I will say is, this is what I use: http://cefx.net/catalog/breakin.php Just so you know, you will have a decent amount of pinch left doing this method. I also had an engine expert look at my motor after break-in and he said whatever method I used is a good one because the motor looked like it had been broken in right, in his opinion and he didn't know what method I used. This method seems to be pretty popular and I haven't heard anyone say that they didn't like it. Doesn't mean someone out there doesn't though...

If you want hardly any pinch left after break-in, use Mike Swauger's method. He posted it on rctech somewhere and I used it on my plus 12 and that motor has been really good to me. But, I think it's getting worn out a little too fast and it might need a piston/sleeve soon. Hope that helps.
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Thanks Roelof for the input.

NOW who knows if it is fairly safe to NOT use any type of air filter breaking in an engine on the Hudy Break-in Bench? The manual says an air filter is not used on their Break-in Bench. Plus there is no room for it installed on the engine.

http://www.hudy.net/xhudy/products/p...89&kategoria=0
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I don't use a filter on mine. Just make sure you are in a clean environment when breaking it in.
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Hey Jason...no air filter I'll try that...how is R.A.M.S these days?
What happened to the MRX4X?
Are you running the Evolva M3 nowadays?
I just built my M3 a few weeks ago...and it is very similar to my old Mugen...just picked up a Flash .21, gonna break that in this weekend (hopefully)
Hope to get back to R.A.M.S. again soon (too much work here in S.F.)

Take it easy~
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You can use a smal piece of clothing mounted with a tirewrap directly on the carb and oiled a bit.
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cool. another good idea. i could also cut out a piece of foam from an air filter oiled up! But that might get sucked in and never be found again
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cool. another good idea. i could also cut out a piece of foam from an air filter oiled up! But that might get sucked in and never be found again
You can glue a piece of foam into an insert.....
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sorry...double entries...
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Well, that's something that alot of people like to debate. I don't know what's best and i'm not going to claim what I do is the best because someone will want to argue.
All I will say is,.......

Thanks mate...at least you'd provide me with the extra info that i'm after here...
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For a filter on a break-in bench, just take the foam off the rubber base of one of your filters and tie wrap it onto the carb. No worries about dirt getting in.
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I ended up going with the 353 09 so I am very interested in the pipe question also. I am currently using the 2630 with great results but I am interested what is noted as best for the 09. I will be trying the 2620 also along with the 2601 as these are the 2 I am thinking to get otherwise I will just get another 2630.
Get the 2652. It performs similar to 2630, but certainly doesn't drink gas like 2630. But, it is hard to find tho.
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