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    Factory Settings

    Just broke in my new t-maxx2.5. I'm having problems tuning carb. I have high needle set a 4 turns but how many turns is flush with housing?

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    Re: Factory Settings

    Originally posted by rob1995
    Just broke in my new t-maxx2.5. I'm having problems tuning carb. I have high needle set a 4 turns but how many turns is flush with housing?
    The amount of turns is irrelevant, make sure your LSN is set to the default setting as shown in the pic below, (flush with the "slide").
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    thank you

    thanks I think I was setting it a little rich

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    Mine was set where it is in the middle...in other words...the slit goes against the arm and not in-line. I think it is rich as well so I guess I will lean it an line it up. I did the pinch test but that is kinda hard to get a few same results.

    Does the slit lined up pretty much take car of it?

    Anymore info on the LSN would be appreciated.

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    Bringing back to the top. I need more info on the LSN. Mine is set in the middle of the slit...do I go lean or rich?

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    The top of the LSN should be flush with the slide, I don't know how to better explain that. The slide it the second inner part not the carb arm. Default it to the flush setting and tune from there.

    The slit has no bearing on the adjustment.
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