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Lessons learned on a 66cc Chinese Lady!

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Old 03-17-2014, 07:26 PM
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Translation anyone?
It's a strange Australian dialect heavily influenced by using texting as a principal form of communication.
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when the piston is at TDC correct? thanks
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Default Re: Lessons learned on a 66cc Chinese Lady!

This will likely give you a little too much inlet open time.
It should really be set at 60 deg ATDC.
And I didn't understand the 'Aussie Dialect' either, Mind you I don't text.
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Default Re: Lessons learned on a 66cc Chinese Lady!

hey guys whats up my new engine kit comes in tomorrow it will be my second build. i was just wondering if anyone had some good tips on porting and exactly what it does for the motor and if its even necessary on a engin that looks like it has clean ports....
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If you don't understand porting, DO NOT go after your engine with a dremel.
Do your research first or you risk a ruined or crappy running engine.
That being said, if you are careful and read up first, porting a chinagirl is easy. You can expect better power when porting is done properly.
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