Base Carburetor Settings, read before asking: All Models.

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Re: Base Carburetor Settings, read before asking: All Models.

Postby CEN Racing on Mon Jun 30, 2008 1:38 pm

That was nice of you- I am sure our customers appreciate it!
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Postby daleswoo on Mon Jun 30, 2008 4:58 pm

Thanks very much, great info for us newer and dedicated CEN guys!
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Re: Base Carburetor Settings, read before asking: All Models.

Postby irish362 on Mon Jun 30, 2008 5:32 pm

ok i got a mg 16 ,weres the second needle ,mine doesnt have one .
i would expect it to be no the slide side of the carb smack dab inthe middle of the slide assembly ,but were it should be is like a flat plug did maybe the adjusting slot not get cut ,i just got this for my ole lady a couple of days ago. the only other adjustment is the idle screw on the oppisite side of the slide assembly or am i mistaken this for the low side needle . if i am its kinda strange because all my other models are set up different. thanks irish.
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Re: Base Carburetor Settings, read before asking: All Models.

Postby irish362 on Mon Jun 30, 2008 7:05 pm

runne thanks for your quick reply but my mg doesnt have one so it must be a manufacturing misshap.
it doesnt have a screwdriver slot at all .so now what .
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Re: Base Carburetor Settings, read before asking: All Models.

Postby CEN Racing on Tue Jul 01, 2008 10:00 am

The low speed needle is facing the back of the car... if there is continued confusion please contact us at customerservice@cenracing.com and we would be happy to help you!
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Re: Base Carburetor Settings, read before asking: All Models.

Postby _JAT_ on Fri Jul 04, 2008 11:55 pm

Ruune wrote:added an additional instruction manual for the SH28 pullstart from the SH engines web site.


I'LL second that :)
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Re: Base Carburetor Settings, read before asking: All Models.

Postby Muerte on Mon Jul 07, 2008 6:56 am

If you have the SH28 use this forums rather than what's in the handbook. The nitro handbook must either still have the .26 settings or a combimation of the 2. Either way its nothing like whats posted here. Its confusing at best.

I can see why ther were questions.
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Re: Base Carburetor Settings, read before asking: All Models.

Postby Muerte on Wed Jul 09, 2008 6:23 am

I like the quote, "Invite a man by your campfire you keep him warm for a night. Set a man on fire you keep him warmfor the rest of his life." :)
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Re: Base Carburetor Settings, read before asking: All Models.

Postby Dan on Sun Aug 17, 2008 3:45 am

irish362 wrote:ok i got a mg 16 ,weres the second needle ,mine doesnt have one .
i would expect it to be no the slide side of the carb smack dab inthe middle of the slide assembly ,but were it should be is like a flat plug did maybe the adjusting slot not get cut ,i just got this for my ole lady a couple of days ago. the only other adjustment is the idle screw on the oppisite side of the slide assembly or am i mistaken this for the low side needle . if i am its kinda strange because all my other models are set up different. thanks irish.



:?: So I got the same engine and has the same problem, the low end screw is not there, instead there's a rod and the servo linkage attached to it with a hexagonal set screw, am I supposed to adjust it from here? :shock: anyways I believe that's causing my engine to pass a lot of oil, or unless one of my shocks is leaking... a lot... tnx
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Re: Base Carburetor Settings, read before asking: All Models.

Postby CEN Racing on Wed Aug 20, 2008 10:18 am

The bottom-end adjustment for this car is facing the back of the car- opposite side onf the slider
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