Oil bath and other maintenance

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Re: Oil bath and other maintenance

Postby Peter Person » Tue Aug 25, 2020 9:50 am

Angelofbrz wrote:I just took it off for now. After I cleaned stuff up and put the tank back on and turned the gas on I didn’t see anything floating around in the sediment bowl. Instead of risking starving it for fuel I’ll let it be. Next time I’m out I will get a beaded fuel line since my rubber one is cracked in places. I’m going to go back to the manual and try adjusting the governor next. It’s got full throttle which seems like it’s not running at 1800rms, no mid range, and then throttled down it just dies.


This may not be a governor issue, but just an adjustment on the Low Idle Mixture Screw.
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Re: Oil bath and other maintenance

Postby Angelofbrz » Tue Aug 25, 2020 10:39 am

It could be I’ll start with that and see where it takes me.
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