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November 16th, 2020, 03:34 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by Taffy View Post

So let's be mindful of the fact that a trip to Thumpertalk reveals that all Americans are running 170+MJs even in 250s and the jet goes up as the CC gets bigger.
All? Each and every single one? Do you work for a political polling organization?

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42 PJ, 165 MJ, OCEMN clip 5. 2.5 turns on fuel screw required for either kick or e-start at 42F temperature.
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November 17th, 2020, 01:18 AM   #22
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Originally Posted by steve View Post
Not sure of your point Taffy, graph looks similar, not identical, but close enough to guide tuning along similar lines.
for chrissakes Steve. really?

can't you be more generous than that? FFS mate. don't say another word. fuck it.

you've never seen it put like that before and it's better than the one you put up.

honestly....

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November 17th, 2020, 01:24 AM   #23
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Originally Posted by shrubitup View Post
All? Each and every single one? Do you work for a political polling organization?

07 FE450e.

42 PJ, 165 MJ, OCEMN clip 5. 2.5 turns on fuel screw required for either kick or e-start at 42F temperature.
yes, they are! have a look at any time on there and they are all on 45-48PJ and 170MJ. it's quite a sad sight. I often go there just to have a good cry. saves watching a weepie for one and half hours. Ten minutes on there and i'm in floods of tears donchya know darling!
I have worked with an American named Terry. his LC4 is on a 148MJ and a 35PJ. come the summer we hope that it'll be a 32.5PJ.

as for A/F I have yet to see anyone able to interpret this into real life jetting with any degree of success. on paper it looks good but as in so much tuning; real life is harder.

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