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fuel reversion ?

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School me.

Installing a set of 40DCOE 2. 9.5:1 pistons with a Korman 300 regrind. I'm having fuel mist feedback out of the venturis from a wick of the throttle plates. If I understand the basics of reversion, this is because of the intake cam lobe timing and since a regrind nothing can be done except go faster?

TIA

Daron

Maybe I should site search a little

http://www.bmw2002faq.com/component/option,com_forum/Itemid,0/page,viewtopic/t,347508/start,3/postdays,0/postorder,asc/highlight,/sid,d1fc7b744291a82aa56cdeceb37a4ed2/

Thanks toby.

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wow, I was pretty coherent in my youth, wot?

Yeah, a friend put a gravel screen over the inlet of his 125cc 2 stroke race bike.

It then wouldn't run right at all.

Took it off.

Problem solved.

It's wack.

t

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wow, I was pretty coherent in my youth, wot?

Yeah, a friend put a gravel screen over the inlet of his 125cc 2 stroke race bike.

It then wouldn't run right at all.

Took it off.

Problem solved.

It's wack.

t

+1

I have 125cc and 200cc (well the 125cc is kitted to 210cc and the 200cc is kitted to 265cc) and if they aren't set up exactly as the factory intended they all run like crap.

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