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    RE: Gas tank - two line plumbing plan

    Any problems with the Dubro type filter that has a gasket in the middle, and gasoline?

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    RE: Gas tank - two line plumbing plan

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    If it is not SCARY, it is NO WHERE NEAR powerful enough!!
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    RE: Gas tank - two line plumbing plan

    I use three lines too no problems here. I bought a brand new Gold Wing Extra 300 LM and would like to know on a 30cc DLE do you think a 11 and 3/4 oz is enough gas or I should I swap out the one they put in it? It cam with a 330cc tank and if my math is right that is a tad over 11 and half oz right correct me if I am wrong and shouild I go bigger??? Thanks Eric
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    RE: Gas tank - two line plumbing plan


    ORIGINAL: giddyuperic

    I use three lines too no problems here. I bought a brand new Gold Wing Extra 300 LM and would like to know on a 30cc DLE do you think a 11 and 3/4 oz is enough gas or I should I swap out the one they put in it? It cam with a 330cc tank and if my math is right that is a tad over 11 and half oz right correct me if I am wrong and shouild I go bigger??? Thanks Eric
    How long do you wantto fly each flight? A 16 oz will give you at least 22 minutes. A 12 ozs will give you about 15 minutes at 2/3rds-3/4ths throttle. I use a 330 cc in my OS GT33 powered plane and I fly 15 minutes (timer set at 15). I have about 1-2 ozs left in the tank at landing.
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    RE: Gas tank - two line plumbing plan

    That sounds good to me I have a bigger tank in my 50cc gold wing yak55m and never burn all the fuel.. So you have the same tank as I do and it should do just fine. I can always swap it out later if thats not long enough. Thank you for your time.
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