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 Posted: 11-30-2013 04:46 am
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atgparker



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Subwoofer,

Just like the float level numbers I did a search on

"DCOE fuel level"

I have found references to 25mm and 29.5mm being the right level for a given application. So I'm going to assume the 5mm float height setting on my pair of 45DCOE9's is the right one as the fuel level seems to be some were between the 25mm and 30mm when measured from the main jet stack hole with a caliber. Is that ever a retched thing to try and figure out as the fuel on the caliper is really hard to see!

11602 it running the best it has yet and idles around 900 RPM when warmed up with 12-14 degrees of advance on the timing.

"Innovate LM2" time to goggle that!

Cheerio

Andrew