Re: General Questions moving past a novice in hobby
1.) I live on the Coast in Oregon it rarely gets over 70 here. The temperature ranges between 55 degrees and 65 degrees year round. Our humidity is always high and we are at sea level. I have been using a BP6HS NGK spark plug. Is there any advantage to going to a BP5 or BP7? If so why? No the proper plug it the one that run hot enough to burn the deposits off but not cause preignition or detonation . You have to read the plug . The carburetor must be jetted right then set needle for low an mid . Do not drill jet buy the right one , by drilling there can as much as 10% off so don't know where your at . Dan
Last edited by fx-2; 04-30-2012 at 02:29 PM.