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Old 07-12-2011, 09:31 PM   #1
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I have a 82a satio fuel comes out the carb and will not rev up prop is 11x83 blead
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Tank too high?

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Re: 82 a satio

Check your valve clearances and if under compression you hear hissing from the carb, (indicative of a broken valve spring, stuck valve or burned valve or seat). Either would mean the engine will not develop power as instead of compressing the fuel/air charge it gets ejected back out the intake.

Saitos are rather high compression, so rotating the prop by hand you should feel quite the resistance when running up to TDC on the compression stroke.
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Re: 82 a satio

Mine used to puke fuel out of the carb most the time too and was mostly a bitch to get started. It is mounted inverted which doesn't help one bit.

I've read that the velocity stack from a 91 will help.

My tank was too high, so I tried using a Perry regulating pump, but that only helped a bit. Turns out that once I had completed the break in, I discovered (tinkered) that the low mixture was WAY too rich from the factory. I leaned it out a bit and got crisp throttle response, reliable idle, etc.

Now it starts and runs like a dream and no more puking fuel.
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Velocity stack and a foam air filter if all else is normal.
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The vales bent got to shop thank" evey one for the info
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Re: 82 a satio

Was the damage caused by the hydro locking? If it was you need to stop the siphoning or re-orientate the motor to a side mount. Otherwise if your not careful starting the motor you will end up here again.

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