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- Kern county ,Calif.
Update: the pin that the clutch shoes ride on walked out and was wedged up against the bell. I peened the hole so it was a tight fit again. Then I started running it. Runs great with about half a tank now, pretty dialed. But now, the only issue seems to be the idle end. nailing the throttle it bogs until it hits the highspeed side. It seems tweaking the low speed is okay until the level drops a little more, then you richen it again and its fine. There is a really fine line between good and stalling. I have the idle gap set to .8mm, any lower it doesn't like it and any higher it idles too high. I'm guessing I need to get the bottom end a little more adjusted but I ran out of nitro. Tomorrow is another day but any tips are appreciated. (Yes I am going to re-read everything above again.)
You are probably almost there if the engine is staying running!
Usually ,you are suppose to preset your idle gap to .5mm an adjust your Lsn to match it to idle an not
match the idle gap to the existing Lsn mixter!..