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Discussion in 'General CB Services Discussion' started by Rwb, Oct 8, 2018.
Looky i located the GOLDEN SCREWDRIVER.
You can get a whole set of them.
Do those come with power drive adapters?
Yes but those look professional. Mine resembles a cb shop we had closeby in an rv at a truck stop.he had a swrs (as he called it) meter cresent wrench,wore out allen wrenches and his trusty golden screwdriver.not sure if he had a soldering iron .might been like tool time tim with a decent tool , dangerous
Here's your trophy!
yaay im the winner
Is that from the 50-yard line?
Not professional just cheap Chinese fine tuning screwdrivers so you can turn every trim-pot or coil slug regardless of the type of head it has.
actually i got 2 of em.supposed to be with every stihl gas powered product sold new.bought new stihl chain saw n weedeater.salesman said we dont give em away as a rule cause people mess up carbs easy.he knows i never touch a little carb like they have but use those drivers on other things
Modern 2 cycle equipment has to meet EPA standards. In order to do this, they run lean and way too hot. They generally need to be richened slightly from the factory settings because the extra fuel is part of the cooling. Your altitude and even the outside temperature effect this too. Tuning carburators is a lost art. Most new equipment has a crude form of electronic fuel injection. It's only a matter of time before people figure out how to hack them. LOL
yes,they set them when you buy them. I can set 1 but i trade them off every 2 years.so why bother them? I set my tractors when they need it usually winter to summer,richer in winter
I loaned one of my chainsaws to a neighbor and he tweaked the carb to get maximum RPM and it came back with burnt piston.
To adjust a two stroke properly turn it out and when you get max RPM turn it a little more until it starts to stutter. The two stokes use the air/fuel mix as a coolant. It needs to be a little rich on fuel.
You can make more horsepower on just about any engine running it lean, but you melt parts, detonate, or seize the engine.
Also modern 2 cycle equipment needs his high octane gas because of the temperature they run at. A good synthetic oil to mix with the gas is cheap insurance too. The Stihl synthetic is one of the best.