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Old 08-29-2009, 09:37 PM
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i,m putting a bubble jet tank in my ak flanker with a 90l up front. the fuel lines for this tank look a little small for a 90. are their different tanks for the larger motors or is this one good for a 90? any input appreciated...thanks...rob m
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Old 08-29-2009, 09:52 PM
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Default RE: bubble jet on 90 L?

No issues. It is medium tubing. Same as we use for all of the engines.

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Old 08-29-2009, 10:00 PM
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thanks bob, maybe another couple dumb questions but is there an inlet & outlet on the remote needle valve or does orientation not matter? the muffler pressure line is hooked up as with a normal tank, correct? thanks for the advice...rob m
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Default RE: bubble jet on 90 L?

no dumb questions although sometimes I might post a dumb answer [&:]

Fuel can go either way, but most of the time I set it up for fuel IN the end fitting, and OUT the middle fitting.

Of note, be certain to snug down the packing nut. You want it tight to where you have to use a bit of effort the turn the needle with two fingers.

And yes, correct ...... pressure line connects to the muffler as with a conventional fuel tank.
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thanks bob, you guys are the best. .....rob m
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