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Offline Joel

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« on: 26 July, 2011, 02:55:09 PM »
Went to 20544 last night, and today was first real test as I did my normal 20 mile country-road twisty commute.  Pretty much same impressions.  At rpm, much smoother on throttle roll-on out of curves, don't particularly care at all for the stutter when rolling on the throttle at a stop, but something I can get used to I am sure.

"Burble" on engine braking..  I have a lot of it.  The sound reminds me more of a water pipe from back in the day than firecrackers.  From what I have read on here you all call it a burble I guess.

Sound preferences aside, is it a sign of a problem, or a good thing?  I like the sound personally.  I have read threads here that say it means it's too rich, and too lean at the same time so that's a touch confusing.  SAI burning off gasses from rich mixture makes sense to me I think.  Side effects of rich mixture other than carbon fouling?

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Re: Burble...
« Reply #1 on: 26 July, 2011, 10:13:39 PM »
Hello Joel ,

I have never been without this ; bub ...bub...bub.....bub .....bub......
Nice isn't it ?
So just enjoy the sound of a great engine  :062: