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  • Peter
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    If its not a problem don't worry about it. Not unusual.

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  • Magilla
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    Yep - that's the next problem.

    There's no oil on the outside of the head, and its on the other side of the plug washer. I thought if there was that much coming from something like a valve stem seal into the chamber, it would be blowing smoke - but it doesn't blow any.

    I've cleaned it up, and will pull it after another ride and see what it's like. Happy to hear any ideas but.

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  • OldBikes75
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    Why is the plug's thread look so oily?

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  • MattyP
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    Looks fine. It shouldn't change very much at all. Maybe top end slightly.

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  • Magilla
    started a topic Retune after CDI conversion?

    Retune after CDI conversion?

    Hi all,

    I've just gone from 6v/points to 12v cdi.

    I've definitely got more power out of the bike now, and a fair few more revs too (superstreet rotor will be helping with this).

    Question is, with the additional spark & revs, do I need to retune the carb?

    This is how the plug looks:

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