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Re: Case DC carbon buildup?

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11-12-2001 04:03:15

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Thanks to everyone for their suggestions. There is very little black smoke noticable under load.
I tweeked the governor alittle and that has seemed to help the engine from choking under a load.
The water temp is still running @ 180-190', and I don't trust the gauge, so I stop working. I'm not using any oil, so it must be the timing.
I had the mag rebuilt last week, come to find out its not a Case mag, its an AC mag. I've adjusted the mag to its fullest by turning the housing to where it runs best. Guess I need the right mag first. Also have a rebuilt carb coming soon. I'll keep you posted..... ..

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11-12-2001 19:22:37

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 Re: Re: Case DC carbon buildup? in reply to Denny, 11-12-2001 04:03:15  
it sounds like a strong engine, what kind of head is on it? what numbers are on sparkplug side? Maybe you have apropane head and with the increased compression, you may want to try a higher octane gas, racing or aviation fuel, check your timing, as everyone has said and forget the temp gage, I don't even have one hooked up. The warmer the better, if water is moving it will not likely overheat. it sounds as if bigger pistons, advanced timing and propane head or machined to raise compression. Wanna sell it?

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