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    Blur engine madness

    The only way I can keep the enigne running is to set the high speed needle WAY rich, like 6 turns out. I can't find a low speed needle. It will run ok until the engine heats up, then it dies. I'm sure someone can tell me where the low speed needle is, and how to keep the engine running.


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    RE: Blur engine madness

    Hi, moved your thread from the Exceed forum to Engines forum, I think you'll get better help faster in here.
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    RE: Blur engine madness

    Not sure what style of carb you have but the one below is how most slide carbs are set up.


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    RE: Blur engine madness

    Rotary carb, not slide type.

    I would guess the LSN is on the linkage side. The slotted screw in the middle.

    http://www.shengines.com/spare%20par...ta/PT0701A.pdf

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    RE: Blur engine madness

    Thanks guys, I found the low speed needle right where it should have been. It was so tight I thought it was only used th ehold on the throttle bracket. After setting it two turns out the motor ran a lot better, and after some tweaking to eliminate a little stall on tip in ran very well, right up to the point the pull start broke.


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