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Posted by Wrench66 | May 14, 2019 @ 07:07 PM | 1,154 Views
----Carabelle Studio-Cling Stamp A6. ----------
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----Sizzix thinlits T Holts Skyline Cityscape 2pk & Suburbia Cityscape--------
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-----Tim Holtz Cling Stamps 7"X8.5" Motivation 1----------
-----Dyan Reaveley's Dylusions Clear Stamp & Stencil Set 9" Cobweb---------
Mimic the look of hand-drawn borders with Dylusions Border stamp & stencil set. Create layered border effects on journal pages, mixed media and paper crafts projects. The stencil can be used to create the image using Dylusions Ink Sprays, Dylusions Paint or other colorants. The corresponding stamp image paired with a permanent stamping ink looks great over the stencil to create an off-register hand-drawn doodle.
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Posted by Wrench66 | May 14, 2019 @ 04:44 PM | 1,172 Views
Use low nitro fuel (5% is best IMO) and a hot glow plug with a long reach like he McCoy MC59. Adjust the idle needle for a slow reliable idle and the high speed needle for about 400-500rpm rich from peak. If the midrange is rich as is sometimes common with SuperTigre/Como Engines, you adjust the spraybar which is the two little screws on the side of the carb that holds the spraybar in. Adjust the spraybar in roughly ‘1-hour’ increments aiming the fuel inlet lower towards the engine mount. It is always best to start out with the spraybar “straight in”; with the carburetor removed from the engine, looking into the bottom of the carb, the “cats eye” should be visible and centered in the bore.

Many times, the fuel nipple will basically end up aiming at the rear mounting hole. Often I’ve found this is necessary until the engine has a couple gallons of fuel through it. It is not necessary to program the transmitter to open the throttle slower. Setting the carb properly will 99% of be time cure any midrange issues you may have. Setting a SuperTigre/Como carburetor like conventional 2-needle carburetors will likely make the idle/midrange lean because you are trying to make the idle needle do the work of the idle mixture and midrange (when the midrange is likely rich) and that isn’t how the carburetor is designed to be setup.
A rich engine will blubber and clear out usually (unless way too rich), a lean engine will hesitate or cut out....Continue Reading
Posted by Wrench66 | Mar 06, 2019 @ 08:21 PM | 2,197 Views
A new build of an older model. (Focus EP400)
Posted by Wrench66 | Dec 27, 2018 @ 08:40 PM | 2,955 Views
Wc Fields (1 hr 5 min 9 sec)






1994 Kawasaki Bayou 220 not producing spark. First ATV ever
You have probably looked over my thread...and seen that these issues seem to not get much of a response. Seems electrical is a ghost and in the spirit realm where we know it exists, but have no clue of how.

But there is good news! I am not an expert, but have done a ton of research and troubleshooting on mine. I would say that first and foremost is to get a manual. They can be had electronically on ebay for $10. Don't take this the wrong way, but if your not interested in getting it, then your not going to be interested in getting down to the root of your issues. The manual will help you understand what all is going on.

But here is some thoughts regardless. On your model you have 4 things going on with your igintion system getting spark. First you have your stator, it has two yellow wires that come out of it going to the regulator/rectifier, and you have a red and red/black coming out that go to the CDI unit. Those two wires supply ac voltage to the CDI unit to allow it to 'function'. Kind of like a power supply.

Second you have your pick up coil. It is the blue and black wire coming from just behind your pull starter. It is the signal to the CDI that its time to make a spark.

Third you have your signal to the coil from the CDI. This is the green/white wire.

Fourth you have your grounds. This is where you need to start. You need to check to see if the black/yellow wire...Continue Reading
Posted by Wrench66 | Mar 14, 2018 @ 01:33 AM | 4,567 Views
by Thomas Walter

For those 510’s with the simple “T” style connector into the back of the alternator, this is a pretty straight forward conversion.

The Alternators
The OLD (externally regulated Alternator) had the “N” and “F” connected by the plastic “T” connector.

“N” Neutral was connected by a Y (yellow) wire.
[This is the top of the “T” connector]
“F” Field was connected by a W/B (White, black stripe) wire.
[This is the stem of the “T” connector]
The NEW IR ALT (internal regulated alternator) will have two connections, also in a T configuration like the old unit.

“S” Sense is connected to the battery (direct +12 Volts)
[This is the top of the “T” connector]
“L” Lamp is connected to the Warning lamp light.
This connection has TWO functions. By Sensing the circuit is turned on when the ignition is, it will energize the alternator. SECOND: when the alternator FAILS, and the engine is running, it will GROUND this connection – providing a ground path to turn on the “ALT” warning lamp. (you should see the “ALT” lamp glow when the ignition is first turned on, before starting the car).
How to modify the wiring
Before tossing that old voltage regulator into the trash bin
cut OFF the connector block.

Splice the W (white) wire to the Y one. (Sense circuit)
Splice the W/R (white/red) wire to the W/B one. (Lamp circuit)

This the wiring at the HARNESS, compare it to the regulator wiring, both should be the same – but some replacement units did not follow...Continue Reading
Posted by Wrench66 | Nov 30, 2017 @ 02:30 PM | 5,392 Views
Posted by Wrench66 | Nov 28, 2017 @ 07:36 PM | 5,312 Views
72 MHz BAND by Channel and Channel Frequency
11.........72.010
12.........72.030
13.........72.050
14.........72.070
15.........72.090
16.........72.110
17.........72.130
18.........72.150
19.........72.170
20.........72.190
21.........72.210
22.........72.230
23.........72.250
24.........72.270
25.........72.290
26.........72.310
27.........72.330
28.........72.350
29.........72.370
30.........72.390
31.........72.410
32.........72.430
33.........72.450
34.........72.470
35.........72.490
36.........72.510
37.........72.530
38.........72.550
39.........72.570
40.........72.590
41.........72.610
42.........72.630
43.........72.650
44.........72.670
45.........72.690
46.........72.710
47.........72.730
48.........72.750
49.........72.770
50.........72.790
51.........72.810
52.........72.830
53.........72.850
54.........72.870
55.........72.890
56.........72.910
57.........72.930
58.........72.950
59.........72.970
60.........72.990
Posted by Wrench66 | Nov 14, 2017 @ 11:29 AM | 5,723 Views
For those that have one of these cool planes
BTW..... 15cm is approx 6in in American money
Posted by Wrench66 | Feb 15, 2017 @ 04:27 PM | 7,918 Views
Charlie's 250.

Dt1. 1 (0 min 54 sec)



Dt1.2 (0 min 46 sec)
...Continue Reading
Posted by Wrench66 | Nov 06, 2016 @ 03:16 AM | 8,795 Views
38mm Mikuni jetting mods....'82 Yz490
440 Main (stock)
R-0 needle jet series 247 (richer than the stock Q-8 )
6F8 Needle, clip in position 3 (leaner on bottom than stock needle)
40 pilot
carb slide mod to 3.5mm cutaway
Run 32:1 with good fuel.

rrr

Posted by Wrench66 | Jan 28, 2016 @ 04:54 PM | 8,875 Views