Dynamite Mach .26 engine , losi lst PLEASE HELP!!

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Michael.Nitro

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I really need help with my Mach .26 engine , I really need to know the factory carb settings, any websites I check always show different info I already ruined one engine I don't want to make the mistake again. Please help
 

Michael.Nitro

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1J3A6896.JPG 1J3A6905.JPG 1J3A6903.JPG 1J3A6906.JPG The manual itself has 2 different things on the wording it says 3 and a half turns out but on the image it shows 2 and a half, Also this is my engine and Carb combo I don't know if its stock I still need help identifying what model I have. And what are the proper settings.
 

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It may not be the engine itself ,it could be the carb they produced in that year!

The new carbs that are produced now ,have a 3 meter screw ,an HSN ,LSN an a mix meter screw.

But what I'm hereing doesn't really matter ,you can get a factory setting in which is set on a rich fuel setting off the top ,
you still will have to fine tune the carb. off that rich setting!
 

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View attachment 92511 View attachment 92510 View attachment 92509 View attachment 92508 The manual itself has 2 different things on the wording it says 3 and a half turns out but on the image it shows 2 and a half, Also this is my engine and Carb combo I don't know if its stock I still need help identifying what model I have. And what are the proper settings.
That's the first M26, DYN0887
The manual I found for that had it as 3.5 on the HSN and 2 on the LSN.

Err on the side of caution and go 3.5 on the HSN and 2.5 on the LSN, then adjust as needed once you get it running.
 
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