Been Around the Block
Fatten the jetting by a fairly big amount. Don't pull plugs, it's just a waste of time. Limit the idle and warmup time as much as possible though you're at the mercy of the starter. You'll have a rich spot off the line but if you can have the engine at just the right temperature it won't matter. You want to be cold enough to use the momentary richness but warm enough to run cleanly.It would be so much easier just to have you at the track. That sounds about how each run ended up going.
So it starts fine idles fine. It did a nose dive on the first two runs in the same place. It wasn’t the flywheel because as soon as it got fuel it was back on the pipe. When I rolled on hard on the throttle up to the rev limiter it did the same thing last the shift light. When I pulled up to get the time ticket it died. Pushed it all the way back.
Now on the third run I camped out on the line had a cappuccino and then launched. Kept it at the shift light which was 7500 and kept it lit down the track. Pulled up to get my time ticket this time the one that actually had a time and it died.
Did I read the plugs like I should have? Nope.
I will pull the jets out to the track and do some more testing and tuning this time instead of doing testing and wtf’kng.
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