Re: Solved previous problems, all was good, more arose

Drake Abrahamsson /
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> Overpriced Parts Wrote:

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> > > ♣Slew Foot♣ Wrote:

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> > > No no no I got this nailed check your exhaust make sure it ain't

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> > clogged

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> > > your timing is off and the top is super cool and your pipe is cherry

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> > > you're lucky it didn't break off

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> > I will check it, but the pipe is brand new, do you think it'd really

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> > clogged? Timing is 16 deg and not skipping around like it was during

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> > last discussion. I think I could diagnose this better if I understood

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> > how heat is pushed into the pipe. How does the cylinder/head stay cool

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> > while the pipe gets super hot? Thank you

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> Think of it like this in away:

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> The pipe/chamber is the supercharger, the more advance timing the more

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Great! With that and a YouTube video or two, it makes sense now! & I also understand why pipes have differing power bands. This stuff keeps getting cooler, thanks for the help! I'll check my pipe tomorrow and re-time closer to 14-15 if that sounds about right?

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