W0T not so sweet, let off abit-VR00M

i'm sure this has been discussed but i can't seem to find an old thread on it,

so here's the situation and set up, james has a E50, polini, 15 bing 94 jet, and techno circuit

i've got the same set up but with a dalem, and 16 delorto.

i've never had this problem(W0T not so sweet, boggs and dosen't fire, let off abit then VR00M) but his definetly does have this problem, he tryed a 92 and no differance, i could try some more jets but he nor i ever have time to meet so i am wondering if anyone has the same problem, i think it's lean... you?

Re: W0T not so sweet, let off abit-VR00M

im running a bit rich on my ped and i need to downjet hope you fix yer problem

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Re: W0T not so sweet, let off abit-VR00M

throttle might be opening too much and letting extra(lots) air in somehow, like if you have an air leak, and it closes when you close the throttle a bit. Your carb only adjusts air flow, so it wouldnt get boggy from more fuel or anything, though it could be lean, id look at how far it opens first cause thats free then go to jetting

Re: W0T not so sweet, let off abit-VR00M

yo hips, my shit is doing tha same shit...... idle to 15mph good

15+ bogs down horrible(flat spot midrange?) than i blast the throttle and it picks up like a motherfucker. then bog. let loose a little and blast into outer space!

Re: W0T not so sweet, let off abit-VR00M

my first guess would be its rich because WOT is affected by the jet size. i think youre four stroking.

Re: W0T not so sweet, let off abit-VR00M

Might also be slightly too lean on the very tippy top, once the slide is all the way open, too much air. Try lowering the clip on the needle

Re: W0T not so sweet, let off abit-VR00M

bogg = lean

sputter = fat

"flat spots" are typicaly lean points in ur throttle position and needle settings

sounds like ur rich on the top.

also i'd make sure the condensor and points are new this also sounds like a typical early warning of bad condensor and or points issue on a puch.

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