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    2 Stroke tuning handbook

    Here is one for ya'll.

    http://edj.net/2stroke/jennings/

    And some engine timing info...mostly buggy and onroad but I enjoy this kind of stuff

    http://www.first-racing.eu/steuerzeiten.html
    Last edited by xanaphyst; 01-05-2014 at 06:49 PM.
    Big fun comes in 1/2A packages

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    Fascinating book Full of info Absolutely wunnerfull.... in 1973!
    Dogs' Balls ...IF one had a Yama DT 250 to 'tune'

    Goalposts have long since moved offield though

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    Your safer with an .049
    Real Airplanes have Round Engines and Two Wings.

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    When I was hot-rodding RD350 Yamahas, that book was the BIBLE.
    "Never wound a problem. Kill it dead." Clarence "Kelly" Johnson

    "Speed is great, speed works. Where would we be as a species without speed? You know, we'd still be eating mud." Jeremy Clarkson


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