Even though I've owned a t max for like 6 years now, I've never been able to get it doing wheelies. Ever.
I know day to day you need to make adjustments becuase every day the air, moisture, etc are different.
You've all seen my rig, and that I have a 3.3 engine, and that's -more- than ample enough to get constant wheelies.
However, I've yet to be able to get them. I suppose I've always ran so rich that I've never gotten the real performance I could but I don't wanna run to lean, that is an engine killer.
I've come to realize, when leaning out the HSN, if the exhaust is spitting drops of fuel, it's still really rich. I've leaned it out probably a 1/4th turn and seen a increase in performance. I need to go and buy more fuel as I am dry right now but still.
How much leaner can I go with the HSN, and should I change the LSN too, to get those wheelies? I had a bad habit, when I first my my maxx of the front end meeting cars, and thus destorying the front end so I've been babying it. I am more confident in myself now that I am older and want to really tune this thing till it's nearly flipping when I go WOT.
If you want pics of my current settings, please don't hesitate to ask. I've read my booklet that came with my maxx and even though it's for a 2.5, I still feel it has almost all the info I need.