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  • Re: TO MUCH FUELL ON THE PLUGS 618

    by » 9 years ago


    Bill has Yanis stated what his EGTs are...without knowing maybe we need to know before he starts his adjustments.

    Nick.

  • Re: TO MUCH FUELL ON THE PLUGS 618

    by » 9 years ago


    Nick,

    Yanis has already made the adjustments and is running 1000F to 1050F at 80% throttle with both cylinders very close together in temps. Have cautioned him about not exceeding max allowable temps at WOT and to adjust prop to avoid overspeeding if necessary at WOT now that engine is leaned out.

    Bill.

  • Re: TO MUCH FUELL ON THE PLUGS 618

    by » 9 years ago


    Sorry Bill I missed the post where Yanis gave the temps....they do look a bit cool dont they.

    Nick.

  • Re: TO MUCH FUELL ON THE PLUGS 618

    by » 9 years ago


    Hi Nick and BIll,
    I will do another flight around the patern to verify my last report,I will choose a better weather so I can consetrate more on the engine performance than fighting the winds,
    Last time I was gentle and trying to be smooth considering all the changes and adjustements I had made,
    I will do the same again and if happy with the smoothness I will give it a full throtle and see,
    I will report the results on the forum as soon I am done,
    Thank you Nick for your consideration, Bill had assisted greatly,
    Regards
    Yanis

  • Re: TO MUCH FUELL ON THE PLUGS 618

    by » 9 years ago


    Hi Bill, Nick? hope all well,
    Unfortunately I haven't flew my bird yet as started to experience again a drop on the EGT Temperature on the 1 cylinder about 100 middle range I think I know where the problem is but I run out of room to fix it by raising that slide as the IDDLE SCREW is all the way in and have more than 1/8 difference than the other one, if I drop the one that keep the slide higher my desired RPM are gone, & droping down to 1400 which we don't want as it vibrates to much. I think if I can raise the slide to the level that the other one is we will be equall on all readings, I try the adjustors on top of the curb but don't have enough adjustement to do it.
    Any suggestions?
    Yanis

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