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True but...That theory fails when you have a naturally-thirsty barrel design made even worse by inept enlargement by the worlds worst OEM barrel provider (IMO)



Don't sweat the plug chop Gib, you can't do colour chops with today's fuels and synthetic oils, that shit went out 20 years ago. Buy yourself a plug temp readout from the Kart shop. Cheap as.


I thought the same about the Athena kits until TSP recommend that I get one of them because he was too busy to bore my original one out. He said he can fix the head at a later date.
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Yeah I wouldn't have called that plug scary. Have seen much worse. I'm interested in this Kart Plug Temp gadget - don't need one but like to see a pic of it.
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I'm interested in this Kart Plug Temp gadget - don't need one but like to see a pic of it.
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A thermistor that a spark plug feeds through? OK. There must be a table or something as a guide I suppose. So we can jet a carbie using spark plug temps. OK.
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A thermistor that a spark plug feeds through? OK. There must be a table or something as a guide I suppose. So we can jet a carbie using spark plug temps. OK.
No, the TDR is bonded to the copper flag and a separate ELV feed from the displays' battery is applied to the TDR. The HV pulse through the spark plug remains totally separate.

p.s. Gibbit: don't try to jet that thing on an '8' or a non-resistive plug, you'll chase your tail forever. BR9EG (or a rare-as EGV) gapped at 0.65-0.70mm.
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No, the TDR is bonded to the copper flag and a separate ELV feed from the displays' battery is applied to the TDR. The HV pulse through the spark plug remains totally separate.



p.s. Gibbit: don't try to jet that thing on an '8' or a non-resistive plug, you'll chase your tail forever. BR9EG (or a rare-as EGV) gapped at 0.65-0.70mm.


Cheers Nutty. Iíll try a 9.
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