Thunder Tiger GP .65 SE

I have a trainer with what I believe to be a .65 size Thunder Tiger engine
up front. The markings on the engine are 65 on the right side and GP SE on
the left, with the TT logo. I am attempting to get this engine running but
am finding that only 1/4 turn is required on the needle to get to the proper
mixture for running. This bothers me quite alot, since my other 9 models
require anywhere from 1 to 1.5 turns on the needle.
Is this typical for these engines, or does this suggest something wrong with
the needle taper or other carb component?
TIA,
Jake McKernan
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J McKernan
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If the engine is running properly don't worry about the setting. Actual needle settings can very quite a bit from brand to brand and type.
-- Paul McIntosh
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Paul McIntosh
I did a Google search and came up with what I expected .....6.5cc or .40ci most likely a 40 because I could find no info on Thunder Tiger 65
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Andrew Noll
Ain't it great what a Google serch for Thunder Tiger GP series will provide?
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-- Paul McIntosh
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Paul McIntosh

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