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    getting a little closer

    so i had some issues with my tsunami a while back...i got a new .18 sh carb...motors a .18 sh also...i got it started today with the hsn about 2.5 - 3 turns out....and the lsn flush with the collar, then out 1 more turn...it runs...and it now stays still at idle when the transmitter is set to 70/30 throttle instead of 50/50 but if i run full throttle for more than 5 secs it dies, got plenty of smoke.....so i thonk its running rich....but i dont really know....should i adjust the hsn or lsln?

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    RE: getting a little closer

    My brother's SV Pro was doing that and I thought it was running rich as well. I leaned it out and the problem got worse so I tried richening it, that solved the problem.

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    RE: getting a little closer

    ya if it is cutting out with throttle then its too lean
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    RE: getting a little closer


    ORIGINAL: snowcruiser_91

    so i had some issues with my tsunami a while back...i got a new .18 sh carb...motors a .18 sh also...i got it started today with the hsn about 2.5 - 3 turns out....and the lsn flush with the collar, then out 1 more turn...it runs...and it now stays still at idle when the transmitter is set to 70/30 throttle instead of 50/50 but if i run full throttle for more than 5 secs it dies, got plenty of smoke.....so i thonk its running rich....but i dont really know....should i adjust the hsn or lsln?
    I hope you Finished Breaking it in Before you ran it WOT....
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    RE: getting a little closer

    ya, it was broken in a while ago, it was bought used...ill try richening it up a little

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    Just Checkin...Lol
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    RE: getting a little closer


    ORIGINAL: Redharris

    Just Checkin...Lol
    No Offense meant....Heh heh...
    none taken, that seems to be the wuestion asked with all of my problems, my threads shouls be, i have a broken in tsunami...etc...lol
    im waiting to take it out to tune it some more, but the weathers pretty rainy! uggh[:'(]


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