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Working the front office at SwedeTech, I receive a lot of phone calls and emails from many individuals.  Some own our engines, some own a SwedeTech accessory, and some just want technical help.

One of the most common questions I receive is, “Can you send me a jet chart?”

My first response is, “Do you own a SwedeTech engine?”

I will ask the customer about the specifications on the engine.  TM, Maxter, Pavesi, CR125, Modified CR125 or Stock CR125.  Blah, blah, blah.

It is very hard for us to supply a generic jet chart without knowing specifics from our customer.  A jet chart is not absolute, it offers a baseline to assist in tuning.  There is no magic jetting that we can just guess at over the phone.  But, there is a definite process you can follow to build your own jet chart…

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Last month, I highlighted some of the important areas of the Honda CR125 Stock Moto engine and racing program.  This month I am going to focus on our approach to running the Stock Moto.  Some topics in this article will be specific to SwedeTech Racing, but I will try to make this a broad as possible…

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Ok, here it is Firestone Kart Info subscribers, SwedeTech’s Corner Stock Moto write up.  Nick has been lobbying hard on your behalf for a Stock Moto article from SwedeTech.  So here it is….. Just Buy a Swedetech Engine.

All kidding aside, there is a huge reason why the Honda CR125 Stock Moto package has become such a popular class.  Typically, your largest expense will be the initial purchase of the engine package, but the maintenance and running costs are relatively low when compared to many other karting engines.  If you are saying to yourself right now, “I can buy a clone engine for $200.00”, you are subscribing to the wrong newsletter.  You can put a wing on a Fiero, but it still is not a Ferrari…

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In our last SwedeTech’s Corner, we started the troubleshooting guide for clutch kart engines, addressing no sign of spark and engines that may be starving for fuel.  In this edition we will continue the guide.  Next month’s SwedeTech Corner will go into troubleshooting Shifter Engines.  So enough rambling, let’s continue.

Before trying to restart the engine, always inspect the inside of the engine utilizing an inspection light.  This can be done by removing the spark plug and looking inside the cylinder with the inspection light.  Look for any damage on the piston or cylinder walls.  If you see damage, do not run and consult your engine builder.  You will see this statement many times in this troubleshooting guide.  This should always be the first step in any engine troubleshooting.  I’ve seen countless engines that had a huge parts failure or a seized top end, and the mechanic just kept cranking the engine over without looking inside to see if the engine was even functional…

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Working at SwedeTech and answering the customer technical questions, I’ve been able to compile quite a list of troubleshooting tips.  Most of the knowledge comes from direct hands on experience from the three of us in the shop.  Feedback from customers also allows me to stay current with the engines that are used in karting throughout the world.

The information in this article will hopefully help you when the time arises.  For all of us that have spent any amount of time at the track, some of these problems will sound familiar.  This guide is created with a clutch or direct drive engine utilizing a pumper style carburetor in mind.  So, I will quit blabbering with ‘fill content’ and get started…

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If you are reading this article, you might be having problems with your pump around system.  Please go through each step.  If you think you did it properly, still double check.  SwedeTech has put this guide together to help you troubleshoot your pump around system…

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Exhaust Gas Temperature (EGT) is a very common and useful tuning aid for 2-stroke engines. SwedeTech Racing Engines is asked many times a week, “What should I run for EGT?”  Well, that depends mostly on you and your data findings, as optimum EGTs for any given engine type can vary widely depending on a number of factors.  Consequently, you are better off testing and determining the best EGT for your engine specifically.  Here are some tips to help you arrive at a conclusive answer…

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When viewing your Dyno Sheet from SwedeTech Racing Engines, the first question you might ask yourself is, “Where Are My Dynamometer’s Horsepower Numbers?”

Great question!  We don’t supply dyno numbers.  We do not want to understate the importance of having the proper tools and equipment to build a racing engine and the dynamometer is a huge asset.  However, we want to educate our customers on when the dyno numbers are important…

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SwedeTech-nobackgroundSwedeTech is preparing for the 2015 SKUSA SuperNationals which is only weeks away. For most of us, this is our largest and favorite event of the year. What other event can you race side by side with the local club “moving Chicane” or karters that have progressed to the highest pinnacles of motorsports? Some classes will have 80 entries, of which half will never see the green flag of the main event. Others are happy to be wandering around the pits looking at the massive rigs and huge tents. The SuperNationals truly is an event.

When Nick asked me to prepare another SwedeTech Corner, my initial thought was to write one on data acquisition and how to determine if your chassis is slowing down the engine. Then it dawned on me, most of the tech support questions I receive, the customer can barely turn on a MyChron, much less download the data and create readable graphs. As a FIRESTONEKARTINFO subscriber, I have to believe your level and need for knowledge is greater than the average karter…

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As a subscriber to FIRESTONEKARTINFO, you thirst for more knowledge, you are very hands on, and you want to have an edge over your competition.  Karting should be about drivers or families working on their own equipment, as it is the grassroots bastard child of racing that receives little respect from those that leave us hardcore karters behind.  It is the simplest form of motorsports and a very cost effective way to feel the sensation of high speed cornering and head tilting acceleration (if your kart has a SwedeTech engine).

On that note, I am not going to highlight one particular engine package this month, but the complete karting package as a whole.  In my opinion, one of the most overlooked resources easily available to karters is the rule book and/or technical regulations available from every major karting series…

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