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Honda GCV135E


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09-28-09, 10:06 PM   #1  
Honda GCV135E

Dear Airman, I also have a Honda GCV135E with the same problem: it runs too rich and both spark plug and exhaust pipe are completely black. I tried to apply your direction but I still have the problem. Do you have some suggestion in order to reduce the % of gasoline out of carburetor? If the governor spring is a bit shorter (by changing installation position), it should be in favour of my problem solution, am I wrong? best regards

 
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09-29-09, 06:07 AM   #2  
Do not shorten the governor spring. (Non accorciare la primavera di governatore.)

You do not have a governor problem. (Lei non ha un problema di governatore.)

Install new spark plug. (Installare la nuova candela.)

These items could be cause of problem: (Questi articoli potrebbero essere delle cause di problema

1. Clogged air cleaner. (1. Ha bloccato il depuratore dell'aria.)

2. Faulty choke operation. (2. L'operazione di soffocamento difettosa.)

3. Deteriorated gasoline. (3. Benzina deteriorata.)

4. Blocked main nozzle/venturi bore. (4. Il becco/venturi bloccato principale annoia.) This requires carburetor cleaning. (Questo richiede la pulizia di carburatore.)

Good luck, (Buona fortuna,)
Airman

Cleaning carburetor (Carburatore di pulizia)
http://www.honda-engines-eu.com/en/images/59139.pdf

Translator (Traduttore)
http://ets.freetranslation.com/

 
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