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  1. fish-n-fool
    10-13-2015 10:10 AM - permalink
    That's funny!!
  2. brettb
    10-12-2015 11:46 AM - permalink
    Hey now don't be watching me hunt and then talking about it openly online. I'm trying to hide from goosefreak while hunting near him. Ha ha.
  3. Fowlmouth
    10-30-2013 09:05 PM - permalink
  4. fish-n-fool
    10-18-2013 12:03 PM - permalink
    great website for tuning your carb.
  5. fish-n-fool
    10-18-2013 12:00 PM - permalink
    I forgot to tell you the spark plug test has to be done under load conditions not necessarily a hunting load but at least a boat with a couple people in it. If rich don't step down to fast step down one jet size at a time. If you find your in between jets you can drill out the jet .001 at a time until you get it just right.
  6. fish-n-fool
    10-18-2013 11:53 AM - permalink
  7. fish-n-fool
    10-18-2013 11:53 AM - permalink
  8. fish-n-fool
    10-18-2013 11:52 AM - permalink
    This year

  9. fish-n-fool
    10-18-2013 11:49 AM - permalink
    If your plug is good. adjust your governor to it's max speed setting. you can find instructions and videos on the net.
    I built my ex21 7hp Robin Subaru into a 12hp beast two years ago and had to mess with the carb allot. I drilled out the pilot until I got a good idle and throttle response. I then worked on the secondary fuel curcuit and have it running just a tad on the rich side so I can keep the heat down. I run the motor up to around 5000RPM and has the governor removed and a 5500rpm rev limiter installed. for my style of hunting I get there fast and hunt with light loads.
  10. fish-n-fool
    10-18-2013 11:49 AM - permalink
    So typically they ship the motors with jets for sea level, If you tuned it for echo which is about 5560 ft and runs slower at farmington your running to rich. or you where running to lean at echo? Find out what the stock jet size is use that for farmington. Most high elevation jets sold from the manufactures are to be used above 5000ft
    the best way to find out where your at on your mixture is run wot for 5 min pull your plug and see what color it is. I like to do this test with a brand new spark plug because it is easy to tell with a new plug. if your to rich it will be black to lean and it will be white, clean and your just right.

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    Tooele, Ut
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