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Old 07-03-2005, 06:50 PM   #1
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Default sirio evo2 settings

Ok, until i have saved for an OS .12 TZR thingy (or a random italian engine) i managed to pick up an evo2 real cheap (well for nothing, just cost me my old STS )

I had it running for 5 minutes but it sounded awful..the compression seems good though..

just wondering if anyone could help me with some base settings....on the STS i was told 4 turns out on high and low needles..should i do the same for this?
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Old 07-05-2005, 05:23 AM   #2
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dont think you can find this on the star-motor website... but i believe these are the correct factory settings. which can be found at the trinty website.


Sirio .12/15/18 (General Carburetor Settings)
High Speed - 5.5 turns
Low Speed - 2-1/2 (Generally this should be flush with the end of the slide)
Mid Range - Flush then one turn out.
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