06-11-2009, 05:34 PM #1
Dangers of bad fuel ratios on 4-Strokes?
I need some advice guys.
I know on a 2-stroke a lean mixture runs hot and melts pistons. A rich one doesn't cause any damage.
Are these principles basically the same on a 4 stroke?
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theoretically that's why new fuel injected engines last far longer then older carb engines becuase carbs have a tendency to dump more fuel into the engine at times then needed.
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