View Full Version : Overheating
01-18-2001, 07:13 PM
It seems no matter how rich I set my fuel level my pro 15 still gets hot. Do all pro 15's run like this. Also after i run my nitro rusler out of gas I have a very hard time getting it started if I can at all. If it won't start I have to let it set for quite awhile before it will fire back up. Whats the deal?
01-18-2001, 07:43 PM
It's supposed to get Hot. It's an Engine. OK, did you cut out the windshield. This engine is air cooled. Also the motor will rev between 27,000-30,000 Rpm. the Question is does it run well, Idle etc.
01-19-2001, 09:24 PM
simply put, the engine has other tunning needles and you may need to adjust the linkage. cunsult your manual, and then adjust it based on the heat and humidity of the area where you are running.
Kn + Kn -> Kn2: see periodic table...
01-20-2001, 03:24 AM
Heres a tip: When you are running your truck do not run it out of gas b/c the less fuel that is in your tank the leaner it runs... to test if it overheats put a drop of water on the head: boils off in less than 4 sec, its overheating; between 4 & 6 sec, just right; over 6 sec, too cold...
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