I use a stone or diamond ball with a pencil grinder, then sandpaper with my finger.
Did you get it up and running?
You was right, after I re-tuned it that cut out sound stopped.
This is the same 61/670 I've been messing with. I think I've got tuned a little better now.
It's got a new NGK plug.
Would the coil cutting in and out sound like that?
Are y'all talking about the way it has that cut out sound? My 288 sounds almost identical. I don't really hear it when I'm cutting but it stands...
I made it a little richer before I made them cuts. Here's it tuned a little leaner, 14,120 wot.
I haven't done anything to the timing yet. I still need to get a good tune but I'm out of wood at the moment.
White top 61 with a 670 cylinder and a 630 top cover.
I took that Hyway off and put a 670 cylinder 0n, the 670 cylinder runs so much better. If it was just the compression I would have left it on but...
Turns out that mine wasn't so great, even with .0195 squish it only had a little over 150psi compression and was lacking in torque compared to an...
Got the 670 cylinder on it and I think it runs much better. I still need to put a longer bar on it and get a good tune in some bigger wood.
It could be that mine fit because, if I'm remembering correctly, the filter I used was a Tecomec brand and it may have sat lower than the OEM.
I thought I had a pic of the one I used. I used the one that's on the left in the pic.
I used the large plastic elbow with a two screw filter and it fit under a white top cover.
I used that same carb on a 61 with a 266 cylinder a couple of months back and it worked good. The H and L screws line up.
Thanks, at the moment I'm in the process of trying to buy a house and had to pay for a VA inspection and the earnest payment so I'm pretty much...
I have a 630 with an OEM 272 cylinder on it it that I'll try advancing the timing on after I get this one done. It runs good but maybe I can get a...
I didn't change the timing. I should have tried before I pulled the cylinder. When I put the 670 cylinder on it I'll advance it a little.
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