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Cobra Swept/No Baffles/Fi2000r

Lots of threads on this topic, but i still have a specific question:

Has anyone noticed whether or not they see fuel/oil spray from the pipes. I have just the slightest little bit of spray that i notice on my cement garage floor and it seems to be not at idle, but when i rev higher. What does this mean? I'm wondering if this means that it is running a bit RICH? Like, I might have the 3rd pot setting too high? I realize that this is sort of a trial and error type thing, but i want to be sure i am not going to foul plugs prematurely or do any damage. It's so difficult to tell whether or not I am at the correct 3rd pot setting for top-end when I hit the throttle wide-open during a road test. I obviously want to max out horsepower by haveing the 3rd pot set as HIGH as possible, but not SO high that it runs TOO rich. Right? (Idle and mid-throttle seem perfect and there is no backfire or popping at ANY RPM.)

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Pot settings are 2-2-2

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try 1-2-2 on your pots


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Lots of threads on this topic, but i still have a specific question:

Has anyone noticed whether or not they see fuel/oil spray from the pipes. I have just the slightest little bit of spray that i notice on my cement garage floor and it seems to be not at idle, but when i rev higher. What does this mean? I'm wondering if this means that it is running a bit RICH? Like, I might have the 3rd pot setting too high? I realize that this is sort of a trial and error type thing, but i want to be sure i am not going to foul plugs prematurely or do any damage. It's so difficult to tell whether or not I am at the correct 3rd pot setting for top-end when I hit the throttle wide-open during a road test. I obviously want to max out horsepower by haveing the 3rd pot set as HIGH as possible, but not SO high that it runs TOO rich. Right? (Idle and mid-throttle seem perfect and there is no backfire or popping at ANY RPM.)

For the record, i have:
Cobra Swepts
NO BAFFLES
Pot settings are 2-2-2

thanks!
I have the same set up as you and mine is set as others have recommended 1-2-2, I have no issues and no spray.

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Yep, same settings here too. No spray. Just roar.


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I have the same setup you do, with the exception of having the Thunder City(?) baffles.

I played with my settings and at one time was 2-2-2. I noticed the spray on my garage floor.

I have since ended up back at 1-2-2. No more Spray.


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