250-2c. cylinder temp
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    250-2c. cylinder temp

    Hi my 250-2c starts and runs fine, i do find that one cylinder heats up quicker than the other, i take it one must be more rich than the other, the side that warms up slower has slightly more smoke for want of a better word than the other. i run on about 25-1 mixture any ideas which side i should alter, cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ron d View Post
    Hi my 250-2c starts and runs fine, i do find that one cylinder heats up quicker than the other, i take it one must be more rich than the other, the side that warms up slower has slightly more smoke for want of a better word than the other. i run on about 25-1 mixture any ideas which side i should alter, cheers.
    Try 35:1 most of us are running 40:1 unless racing, the lower the oil to fuel mix the richer you are running once atomised, if the pots are not much different in heat once you have ran at up and given it full beans for a short while then just keep an eye on the plugs.

    Russ

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