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Old 11-11-2005, 12:22 AM   #1
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Default Sirio Evo 2 Carb Quesion??

I just recently bought a Evo2 5 port engine. This is kind of a dumb question but, in the plastic carb there is a machined piece that fits inside the air inlet. Is this a carb restrictor or is it to be used at all times? I was just wondering if I'm suppose to take it out for more power? It looks like it is around 5.5mm.

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Yeah, that's the carb restrictor. If your racing doesn't have rules for that, you can take it out for more power, at the cost of fuel economy.
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Ok great! Thanx for the reply
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