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Old Oct 11, 2012, 04:47 PM
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The trick to priming may not be giong full throttle. About any engine will do this as the fuel is not being stopped from flowing back by the low speed needle. (its in high flow "mode")
I either prime it just about 1/3 throttle, or keep the tx handy and put it to low throttle before your take your finger off the exhaust.

* usually not an air leak, but not a bad idea to check lines, they seem to go bad right at the fitting connection.

I like the low speed needle adjuster on, as I have had variation in temp/pressure affect the low side. It makes it nice and easy with that little lever deal.
Sounds like you are rich on the low side and lean on the high side. Adjust high first.
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