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piston burns....question

Postby Xtreme XC » June 29th, 2001, 2:47 am

No I don't have any problems, just always have been pondering on what different engine enviroments cause these 2 different burns. I'm currently sledless anyways.... until my new one comes in this fall :)
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piston burns....question

Postby d-man » July 6th, 2001, 6:02 pm

The best way to prevent detonation is to check your spark plugs often. If the spark tips don't look good, then there's likely a problem. Plugs are the easiest way to see if your sled is running ragged. I'm sure you all know what a fouled plug and a lean plug look like, if not you might have more problems than a detonated engine.
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piston burns....question

Postby Riley » July 10th, 2001, 1:40 am

A lean condition and detonation are not the same thing. A lean condition can cause detonation which will hole a piston.
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