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Old May 25, 2010, 12:27 PM
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Hi Moon
Do you have a picture from your Lux 46?
I dont know this brand of engines
Check the low speed neddle adjustment on your carb (for 2 needles carbs)
If the transition from idle to top speed is smokier (rich) close the needle in half a turn increments until reach a good transition, in the contrary case (if the engine is lean) close the needle in small steps until reach a good transition too.
If the carb of the Lux 46 is of air bleed type, the adjustments are reversed in relation to the TN carbs (2 needles), closing the air bleed screw its richen the mixture and closing it the mixture got leaner
The running adjustments on the glow engines are very similar
regards

Carlo
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