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    Fuel line size????

    Just got a Fuji 43 for my 25% extra but im unsure of the size fuel line to use. Is 3/32 acceptable or do i need to go with the 5/32.

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    RE: Fuel line size????

    The smaller one will feed that carb much faster than the engine will use it. I hope this helps.

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    RE: Fuel line size????



    Nice!!!!  so i can use the smaller more common size?  that would be sweet!   most accessories are easier to find in the smaller size




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    RE: Fuel line size????

    As long as you have proper backpressure, the inside diameter of the line just needs to be larger than the hole in the spraybar.
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    RE: Fuel line size????

    It's nice when they fit the nipple, too.

    Yes, 3/32" will work. I have a Fuji BT-43EI - dandy engine. Don't go larger as most gasoline lines, especially Tygon, will get loose with fuel & heat.
    Charlie P. (NY) "Gravity is weak but persistant".

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