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Old 07-13-2008, 05:37 PM
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Setting up a Cermark F-18 with a jet 90L for a friend with no dirrections. Does the needle assembly get fuel from the bottom or the side nipple.
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Old 07-13-2008, 06:41 PM
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Setting up a Cermark F-18 with a jet 90L for a friend with no dirrections. Does the needle assembly get fuel from the bottom or the side nipple.

On my jett 50 I plugged the intake from the bottom and the carb line went to the side judging that the needle valve is simply a restrictor I don’t think it really matters some please correct me if I’m wrong....

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who's the f-18 for Greg? my f-18 is on the bench
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Old 07-14-2008, 04:54 AM
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It belongs to the guy in Susanville the had me setup that Raptor 90 3d
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Does not make a difference.......

But for most applications I seem to set mine up with the center port feeding the engine. Just seems to work out right that way. On my test bench the long end is fed to the engine. Does not seem to make a difference for me. Some have noted a difference in performance and chose to go with the center feed to the engine.

You can re-orient the needle if needed - install it from the other side of the housing to provide a convenient placement if you desire.
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