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Re: Super EZ flooding
« on: July 13, 2016, 10:49:52 am »
These saws are not the easiest to tune.

Start with 1 turn out on high and 3/4 turn out on low and tune from there. As long as you're four stroking at wide open at no load and it cleans up in the cut don't worry where the mix screws are.
Those settings are what's recommended in the repair manual.
Make sure your adjustments are made in tiny increments at around 1/16 turn.

Low side, as always, tune so it rev's up smoothly from idle but not too rich.
Tim
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