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Date: Mon, 09 Jul 2001 21:41:40 -0400
From Frank Clarici <spritenut at exit109.com>
Organization: Positive Earth Drivers Club
To: "Robert E. Shlafer" <PilotRob@webtv.net>
Cc: BILL <firstname.lastname@example.org>, "'Ptegler'" <email@example.com>,
Subject: Re: Weber issues
"Robert E. Shlafer" wrote:
> I would then suspect the timing
> might be a little to far advanced!
> This would definitely cause a "bog"
> from a standing start.
> Maybe the problem has nothing to do
> with the carb., after all?
That's what I was going to suggest.
I had the same problem, once a perfect set up 45DCOE then it was bogging
all the time.
I got rid of the Mallory and went to a Lucas 23D dizzy.
That solved a lot of problems. I think the mallory over advanced.
Yeah they have adjustable advance curves and look great but I like the
Lucas 23D best. Set it and forget it.
Same carb, different dizzy, no more bog.
At least try retarding the timing a bit and take it for a spin.
Toms River, NJ
Lots of Sprites