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Old 06-11-2011, 10:49 AM
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In need of some help. Im a bit confused about the wiring diagram on the older Super Eagle ICS. Looking at the top of the ICS (printed side showing connections) is the first or top connection the fuel valve or the RPM sensor.
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top is rpm
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Old 06-12-2011, 03:45 AM
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Make connections from top to bottom beginning with the RPM sensor and ending with fuel solenoid connector.

FYI, the fuel filter in the picture is known to retain air which can escape and send a bubble to the turbine. Result, "flame out." Use with caution.

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ORIGINAL: BluFox

Make connections from top to bottom beginning with the RPM sensor and ending with fuel solenoid connector.

FYI, the fuel filter in the picture is known to retain air which can escape and send a bubble to the turbine. Result, ''flame out.'' Use with caution.

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Eric, what fuel filter do you recomend?
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We use Hangar 9 "Racetrac" brand. . .you can get it in Red or Gold. . .both are the same.

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Old 06-15-2011, 07:14 PM
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thank you for the heads up. Are flame outs harmful for the motor, aside from possibly causing ones plane to impact the ground?
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ORIGINAL: BluFox

We use Hangar 9 ''Racetrac'' brand. . .you can get it in Red or Gold. . .both are the same.

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Eric,

I can't find the " Racetrac " Hanger 9 filter on Horizon... The only one they show is Gold in color and is called " Pro Fuel Filter: Gas,Glow. Part # HAN143. Is this the one you are talking about ???


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Yes sweetheart, and Ihave several of them.......
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Yes, available in Red or Gold. Threads together with gasket seal. Basket inside allows for easy cleaning.

I do apologize for the nomenclature error. . .We receive them by the 100's and by the time I unpack, repack and ship to production, eyes are blurrrrred.

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Thank you Eric !!!! See ya'll in a couple of weeks !!!!.... Smitty, If I wanted any $#%* out of you I would just squeeze you !!!!

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