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  1. Thread: C&H ignitions

    by w8ye
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    This is the way mine are

    This is the way mine are
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    The clicking will likely return after you run the...

    The clicking will likely return after you run the engine some.

    The clicking is just the rings moving from the top of the ring groove to the bottom and back. It is normal.
  3. Thread: C&H ignitions

    by w8ye
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    If it is kicking back, either the timing is not...

    If it is kicking back, either the timing is not set correctly or it doesn't have auto advance

    My experience with those is if you flip them fast enough, the kick back don't happen. If you baby them...
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    The advanced solution to your engine vibration...

    The advanced solution to your engine vibration problem has been answered twice already.

    The answer is: Your test stand is no good. It needs to be a sturdy one.
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    Sounds as though you included everything that was...

    Sounds as though you included everything that was on you mind?
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    I would be afraid to stand around some of you...

    I would be afraid to stand around some of you guys with your flimsy test stands. A 38cc four stroke has some strong impulses

    This one is bad enough. There's just not enough meat in a Work Mate...
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    You guys settle down and quit bickering or I'll...

    You guys settle down and quit bickering or I'll take out the posts pointing at others.
  8. You can just epoxy a wooden dowel in the old...

    You can just epoxy a wooden dowel in the old spark plug.
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    I was thinking it was the later part of the 80's...

    I was thinking it was the later part of the 80's when he first started.

    Some C&H conversions back then are hard to distinguish from Ralph Cunningham conversions.
  10. Thread: break in oil

    by w8ye
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    Use the same oil and ratio as you plan to use for...

    Use the same oil and ratio as you plan to use for the life of the engine.
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    Check for an air leak in the suction hose above...

    Check for an air leak in the suction hose above the fuel level and where it connects to the pump.

    If the hose and connections are OK then the shaft seal on your pump is gone.
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    I have a Medtronics Defibrillator and I run...

    I have a Medtronics Defibrillator and I run chainsaws and weed whackers. I keep them on my right side and run "R" plugs. It's been seven years. I don't look under car hoods with the engine running. I...
  13. The fuel regulator diaphragm that opens the...

    The fuel regulator diaphragm that opens the needle you mentioned, needs a vacuum in the venturi of the carburetor to open the needle. It is a demand regulator.

    You need to read the article about...
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    This is normal

    This is normal
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    The line routes the atmospheric side of the fuel...

    The line routes the atmospheric side of the fuel regulator to air inside the fuselage rather having air in the engine cowling blowing over the vent hole.
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    +1

    +1
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    I've been running one of these "C" cams for some...

    I've been running one of these "C" cams for some 10 years and the engine with the car cam doesn't run any different than the other three engines I have with regular cams.

    The total lift is the...
  18. Thread: Tillotson Carbs

    by w8ye
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    There are some Chinese carbs on import engines...

    There are some Chinese carbs on import engines that say Tillotson on them. But they are more of a Walbro copy. Tillotson's factory is in Ireland.

    At any rate, they are set just like Walbro carbs. ...
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    You may be putting too much emphasis on reading...

    You may be putting too much emphasis on reading the spark plug?

    OK, so you looked at it ! The correct spark plug was the correct color. Time to forget the spark plug. You are going to ruin the...
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    I have been very good at evaluating a engine IN...

    I have been very good at evaluating a engine IN FLIGHT and then turning the engine off on the ground and adjusting the needle valves.
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    I remember this being discussed a few times...

    I remember this being discussed a few times before. It is in the threads for the DLE30 & DLE 20 . . . . somewhere?
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    A "WJ-71" is used on a DLE 111. It has a 18.25mm...

    A "WJ-71" is used on a DLE 111. It has a 18.25mm venturi
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    A very good post!

    A very good post!
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    Shut the engine off!

    Shut the engine off!
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    You are not necessarily running lean. 225-250F is...

    You are not necessarily running lean. 225-250F is a good range while in flight.

    There is a big unknown here . . .

    It is more important - the temperature the engine is running in flight with...
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