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Stuart Turner R3MC help!!!

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Stuart Turner R3MC help!!!

Post by Aron830 on Wed Jun 25 2014, 21:08

Hi all,

I have got a Stuart Turner R3MC. I don't really know anything about the engine. I can't get it to run. It has a strong spark, fuel in. I'm not sure where the best place go start with the mixture selling is. Any help to gety engine going would be much appreciated.
Thanks
Aron

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Re: Stuart Turner R3MC help!!!

Post by StewartH on Thu Jun 26 2014, 10:28

Hi Aron,

I'm no marine engine expert so I can only point you in the direction of some good guys. There is a club called the Thames Vintage Boat club - they have a website and list an operation manual for your engine (18 pages in A5 format) - and probably have some experts who could help if the boys and girls on here aren't able to assist.

http://www.thamesengines.co.uk/8.html

Scrol down the page to see your engine listed.

good luck!

let us all know how you get on - is it in a boat?

Best

Hamish

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Re: Stuart Turner R3MC help!!!

Post by stationary stu on Thu Jun 26 2014, 13:09

Aron can you send me your email address in a private message please as I think I have the manual for your engine.

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Re: Stuart Turner R3MC help!!!

Post by Aron830 on Thu Jun 26 2014, 17:12

Thanks, I have a manual now but it doesn't give any instruction on the most likely mixture setting.
I will get there in the end.
Thanks,
Aron

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