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    Problems with an OS Max .21 RZ-V01B

    I'm having trouble getting it to run or even idle. I can start it but it will die if I don't give it some throttle. If I give it too much throttle it will die also.

    I will admit I'm not too familiar with this engine. I bought it from my brother and installed it in my Hyper 7 PCR. He had trouble with it and replaced it with an Ofna 8 port.

    I found the manual for the OS engine but didn't have much luck after following the instructions.

    Thanks for the help in advance

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    RE: Problems with an OS Max .21 RZ-V01B

    Man, I'm here to tell you this sounds like a real mixed bag. I would start by making sure the idle stop was adjusted correctly, at least so the tune can begin, then work on the LSN to get it to just puff a little smoke out when you have it sitting. I would then work on the HSN to get a good snap out of it. If this is confusing to you, send me a PM or an e-mail and I'll shoot you some literature that may help you.

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    RE: Problems with an OS Max .21 RZ-V01B

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