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Old 10-14-2003, 03:10 PM   #1
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Setting up a SuperTiger 61

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hi Guys,

I'm hoping some of you engine wizzes can help me.

I got a hold of an older SuperTiger 61. I've torn it apart and cleaned all the gummy crud out of it and reassembled it. What should be a good starting point for starting this thing??? Where should the one jet with the "L" shaped rod\wire (low speed jet???) on it be set?? And where should the racheted jet (high speed??) on the other side of the carb be set??
Boy, do I sound like a beginner!! I've never used a SuperTiger before and don't want to assume anything.

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Old 10-14-2003, 03:15 PM   #2
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Here's a link to their site, I noticed they have some manuals online.....
MAAC# 12719
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I think the older Supertigres are some of the classiest engines around, and they run great.

You cant go wrong starting really rich and slowly working you way leaner...

Thats what I allways do when I get a used engine...

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