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Re: Transmission fluid change

Postby bud37 » July 20th, 2021, 9:43 am

You can get an idea of the engine idle tune from how much the rpm drops when you put it in gear.....properly tuned engine/carb should only drop around 50 to 75 rpm or so, if you are losing 100 to 200 rpm there is a tuning issue, maybe carb a bit lean. But nevertheless on a mechanically solid engine set your timing, mixture and idle speed final in gear like mentioned.
All above is my opinion, nothing more.

Who is this Rube Goldberg ?? Is he a boater ??


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