@calum Guess we are all morons then.
Agreed though, it is not worth spending the money if you do not know how to use it.
But I use my DT daily, it runs as good as I want it to. That is benefit of a Tunable 'Capacitor Discharge Ignition'
@irongamer727 True, there are ways around it with Aluminum plate and bolts,
Basically, deal is, you cant complain if you dont see results without trying this first.
If you are determined, Start larger with a main, 350 - work backwards, its safer.
I personally dont recomend having the Airbox chopped completely.
Yes it's restrictive as standard, but otherwise you’ll see a significant drop in torque under 6k.
And without a larger carburettor, insignifcant Power gains at high RPMs without ignition timing adjustments.
Mostly bark, no bite
@irongamer727 You donkey,
Why dont you try and restrict Air by patching up a section of the Airbox,
By doing so, i’ll bet a Roast dinner that it sorts out your lean condition.
I’ve played around alot with this, you’ll stuggle to fuel this properly with the TM28
The Powerjet is a fixed system on the TM28,
I used to run 340 Main, 30 Pilot, only because of extensivly modifing the Airbox volume,
And, it was rubbish mostly.
I had to replace my main body Carburettor gaskets because of symptoms near enough the same as you.
I would recomend throughly checking for Air leaks as this is almost certainly your problem!
Dont just throw fuel at this and hope for results.