RE: Not true.

Jon /
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The reason a rich engine will bog down and build up carbon is an excess of oil. The oil in the mixed gas does not burn nearly as well as the actual gas, so the larger percentage of oil you have in you mixture harder time the engine has firing which in the root of the bogging in the first place. Oil in the engine, while turning over acts like dead wood, it holds the RPMs back. If your bike is running rich a non-evasive way to fix the problem is to simply add less oil when you fill up your tank. Since the engine can now cycle with more ease. The logic you used in your last post sounds like something you would here on an infomercial, the figures look good but in truth it's a whole load of BS.

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Subject Written By Posted
  MAke it FASTERTopic by: evan evan 10/24/00 11:31PM
  RE: MAke it FASTERRe: Daniel Daniel 10/25/00 05:31AM
  RE: MAke it FASTERRe: Daniel Daniel 10/25/00 05:33AM
  RE: MAke it FASTERRe: Tony Tony 10/25/00 07:34AM
  RE: MAke it FASTERRe: Fred Fred 10/25/00 09:43AM
  RE: MAke it FASTERRe: Jon Jon 10/25/00 10:43PM
  RE: MAke it FASTERRe: Fred Fred 10/26/00 12:14PM
  RE: MAke it FASTERRe: Jon Jon 10/26/00 03:45PM
  Not that kind of "lean"Re: Fred Fred 10/27/00 12:12PM
  RE: Not that kind of "lean"Re: caleb caleb 10/27/00 05:03PM
  RE: Not that kind of "lean"Re: mike mike 10/28/00 01:08AM
  RE: Not that kind of "lean"Re: Jon Jon 10/28/00 10:17AM
  Not true.Re: Fred Fred 10/28/00 01:42PM
  RE: Not true.Re: Jon Jon 10/28/00 02:19PM
  RE: Not true.Re: bike-boy bike-boy 10/28/00 02:45PM
  No BSRe: Fred Fred 10/28/00 03:02PM

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