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    Fuji 32

    Some rpm numbers on two Fuji 32 conversions..Weight 3 lbs 6 oz..
    Fuel 100LL, Amsoil 100-1
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    The two engines were within 100 rpm on all props....
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    RE: Fuji 32

    Did you mix the Amsoil at 100:1 or 80:1?
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    RE: Fuji 32

    100-1
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    RE: Fuji 32

    fuji 32 a walbro carb wt 407 18/6 pk prop 7800

    new fuji 32 b walbro wt 690 same prop 7100 runs teribule in mid range

    think they have gone back-wards

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    RE: Fuji 32

    My PK props routinely turn less rpm than the others, but may pull as well or better...The size of the carb should have no effect on rpm, as most are bigger than they need to be anyway...Except for the dinky carbs on some of the weedeaters...
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