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Jet 50 FIRE remote needle valve

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Old 02-08-2009, 02:33 PM
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Hey Bob,
I have a new 50 FIRE with remote NV. My question is can I convert the carb to standard NV location at carb or do I need a new carb?
If I can what are the parts required?

Just so you know the engine is going on a Screamin' Demon and no place to mount remote.

Thanks Bruce
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Hey Bob,
I have a new 50 FIRE with remote NV. My question is can I convert the carb to standard NV location at carb or do I need a new carb?
If I can what are the parts required?

Just so you know the engine is going on a Screamin' Demon and no place to mount remote.

Thanks Bruce
Hi Bruce....

Dub does not offer a front-needle carb. Has not have one available for r/c use for several years.

The remote needle can be mounted pretty much anywhere. Airframe mounted is prefered, or you can keep it mounted to the engine. You may orient it in any position.

This image is a bit small, but you can see where Chuck mounted his needle - it is mounted on the top surface.

Probably a better way to mount it would be to place it behind the "Firewall" mounted veritical or at an angle coming off to the side.

Bob
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