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Old 01-21-2003, 10:12 PM
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Default Moki Break-in

Mokis take a long time to break-in, 3 gallons or more. As has been said, run a fairly low nitrio fuel and set it to leave a good smoke trail until it is good and broken in.

Should start in 1 backwards file. I have owned 4 and never touched any of them with a starter. One I never moved the idle mixture knob, ever!

I like a Zinger 18 6-10 in a wood prop.
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