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    OS Gemini 160 FT: Tank Pressurizing

    Yo everybody!

    (I am an Italian modellist with an urgent problem to solve)

    I'd like to pressurize the tank of an OS Gemini 160 FT in order to optimize the engine performance in both the normal and the inverted flight.

    Which tank and (dual) exhaust connections are you recommending?

    Thank you very much in advance!

    Uncle Bruno

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    RE: OS Gemini 160 FT: Tank Pressurizing

    The Gemini has such as small carburetor that it runs fine without pressurizing the tank.
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    RE: OS Gemini 160 FT: Tank Pressurizing

    Ditto, you don't need to pressure the tank on a 160 Gemini.
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