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    Fresh GP1200 65u rebuild plug read

    This is after abut 45 minutes of varied throttle running just to start the break-in. Pre-mix at 40:1. Left to right is front to rear. I like the looks of all of them but I like the front the best. Think I'll lean out the rear 1/8 turn and richen the center 1/8 turn. What do you guys think??
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    Post a better pic I can barley see them!

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    Sorry, that's as good as it gets. My digital camera is an antique.

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    none of them look to bad from what i can make out of those pictures, the mag and pto might be a little fat but not bad at all. I would run it for a little bit longer through break in and then throw another set at it and start fine tuning, but i also like to run my stuff on the fat side. Its alot cheaper to replace plugs and burn extra oil then to burn holes in the pistons.......

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    Ya, I'm with you on that!

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