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Old 03-11-2012, 05:28 AM   #16
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Good point Geezatec, I'll try a different Plug. It is hot in SA now as we are going towards the end of our summer and we are running at high altitude as well. I normally run the No6 plug.

Im running the S733. I'm only having this issue with this motor in the car. I've had a nova 353 and n12t1 in it with no problems. I'm also running a long line from the pipe to the tank to try and keep the pressure constant.
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Good point Geezatec, I'll try a different Plug. It is hot in SA now as we are going towards the end of our summer and we are running at high altitude as well. I normally run the No6 plug.

Im running the S733. I'm only having this issue with this motor in the car. I've had a nova 353 and n12t1 in it with no problems. I'm also running a long line from the pipe to the tank to try and keep the pressure constant.
I've been running Serpent since mid-'80. Love running Mega, Nova, Novarossi, and the last 15 years RB. Raced Florida, Texas, Califonia, Hawaii, and Thailand.

Picco!! Its been a while in Ron Paris days with Integra's many year ago!! Picco engine is like old 1:1 vehicle with Holley Carbs, Hard to adjust. And when you got them running correctl, your in the same boat trying to readjust!!! Go back to the nova or Rossi. Purchase a RB, Cadillac of RC engines lol!!! Personal choice!!! lol!!!
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