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08-03-2007 11:37 PM  13 years ago
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lperagallo

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Westfield, Indiana, USA

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Raja is da Man!
Been trying to figure out a problem with my Hanson G26 on my Bergen. It started out as a bog at full power climbout. When I couldn't figure it out, I ordered a new engine from Hanson so I'd have a reliable engine for IRCHA. I put in the new engine and found the same problem.

I spoke to Raja and he suggested taking off my muffler and trying the stock box. I started it up and everything worked perfectly.

So here I sit with a plugged muffler. Anyone have a solution for cleaning teh carbon out of a muffler. I don't have the right equipment to cook it in antifreeeze, so I was wondering if anyone has another way to do it. I'm hoping someone else had to do this as I can't believe I'd be the first with this problem. Please only offer proven suggestions, I don't want to be Mr Wizzard trying a hypothetical solution

Thanks,
Lou
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08-04-2007 02:20 AM  13 years ago
rbort

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Franklin, MA - USA

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At least now you have a spare engine
That poor innocent carb was ripped apart and rebuilt...!

-=>Raja.
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08-04-2007 03:27 AM  13 years ago
Chopper Man100

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Just go buy a crock pot, they are cheap!
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08-04-2007 10:55 AM  13 years ago
Autoeject

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Ashtabula, OH, USA

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I've used carbon removing products from auto parts suppliers with good results in the past. Can't remember any brand names but a good soak always removed the buildup for me.Mark Webber
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08-04-2007 11:20 AM  13 years ago
Shiro Muji

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Japan

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I am sure you have some stove at home. try to heat the muffler up, the carbon inside will lossen up.
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