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    thinning of in a turn

    hello all
    how to solve the problem of thinning of in a turn?
    I use g 500 engine with 9 mm venturi
    Thanks Franc

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    RE: thinning of in a turn

    Hi Franc
    To prevent confusion we say "leaning out" not "thinning of"

    If you are not using a Tettra tank Or Jett tank (bubble-less/bladder tank)do so. You will find that that will help.

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    RE: thinning of in a turn

    Can you rotate your engine mount to lower the intake any? How about raising the tank? That and the jett or tettra bladder tank should help. If thats not enough you may have to launch the plane a little mote rich to start with
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    RE: thinning of in a turn

    You may have fuel foaming issues. Check for vibration

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    RE: thinning of in a turn

    The tank is tettra bladder, 150cc / 6 oz i have already done launch the plane a little mote rich to start with, still does not work !!!

    my English is very low!!!!!!! ...........Can you rotate your engine mount to lower the intake any........ tank mean higher engine?
    thanks Frank

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    RE: thinning of in a turn


    ORIGINAL: cocmotor

    The tank is tettra bladder, 150cc / 6 oz i have already done launch the plane a little mote rich to start with, still does not work !!!

    my English is very low!!!!!!! ...........Can you rotate your engine mount to lower the intake any........ tank mean higher engine?
    thanks Frank
    Make engine carburetor lower than tank
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    RE: thinning of in a turn

    Just do what every racer at any pylon race would do - open the needle valve more. Don't worry about foaming, how high or low the tank is, etc.

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