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  1. Thanks for the input. I probably should have...

    Thanks for the input. I probably should have added to my original post that the intended use of these filters would be in a position downstream of the fuel pump, with the purpose of guarding against...
  2. Yeah, that Festo filter is history!

    Yeah, that Festo filter is history!
  3. Dave, great point, I'll dump this clear Festo...

    Dave, great point, I'll dump this clear Festo filter that the previous owner put in the jet and go with what I know, a JetCat filter.

    John, concur about the UAT 'filter', but it's "upstream" of...
  4. Thanks Keith. Yep, I've always used the JetCat...

    Thanks Keith. Yep, I've always used the JetCat filters, even with the jets I put Kingtechs in.

    This jet I recently acquired has a clear Festo type, and I've never used them in a jet fuel...
  5. Fuel Filters: JetCat vs Festo vs Hangar 9 Gold????

    Other than price, is there really a difference between a JetCat fuel filter, a Festo fuel filter, or a Hangar 9 Gold? Is one really any better than the others?

    I see the Festo clear/blue cap...
  6. Rich, is this how you have your fuel system...

    Rich, is this how you have your fuel system plumbed?

    Randy
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    This has already been discussed/debated/fussed...

    This has already been discussed/debated/fussed about etc in this thread...
  8. Ok, thanks for the info. Am I correct in...

    Ok, thanks for the info.

    Am I correct in assuming, then, that a Jet Central engine has a different "small restrictor for lubrication" apparatus than one found in a JetCat engine?
  9. Ok, thanks

    Ok, thanks
  10. Here is what Juan posted, in reply to my concern...

    Here is what Juan posted, in reply to my concern over the plumbing arrangement:

    There are several reasons we prefer the filter after the pump, and only at the primary fuel line, the most important...
  11. That's what makes sense to me, Rich...and is how...

    That's what makes sense to me, Rich...and is how I've done it with other manufacturer's turbines. Why Jet Central (unlike JetCat) shows the filter after the engine fuel feed solenoid and not right...
  12. Question for Jet Central kerostart engine owners

    Do any of you filter the fuel to the kerostart feed, ie the 'K' solenoid feed? In other words, is the fuel filter in your plumbing only in the engine fuel supply line (downstream of the 'F'...
  13. Juan, placing the fuel filter AFTER the pump is...

    Juan, placing the fuel filter AFTER the pump is not the issue. I understand that...to be clear, no one is saying the fuel filter should be placed BEFORE the pump. I've always paced the fuel filter...
  14. Jet Central Rabbit Kerostart Fuel System Installation

    I'm looking at the kerostart fuel system installation diagram for my Jet Central Rabbit. The diagram shows the fuel filter downstream of the 'F' (engine fuel feed) solenoid. The Festo 'T' fitting...
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    My wife came up with a new name for my DJI...

    My wife came up with a new name for my DJI Phantom: drone a copter thingy

    I kind of like it...:D
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    Exactly...nothing else needed or required.

    Exactly...nothing else needed or required.
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    TSA = Thousands Standing Around

    TSA = Thousands Standing Around
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    Yep, got a very similar response once. ...

    Yep, got a very similar response once. Laughable, love the language used. Can't believe anyone would fall for it.
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    Kind of agree with Moparbarn here. Not saying at...

    Kind of agree with Moparbarn here. Not saying at all that this isn't a scam. The cumbersome wording and offers of extra $$$ are red flags. I've had scammers hit on my ads here with crap just like...
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    Go to your local FBO (or online if you wish) and...

    Go to your local FBO (or online if you wish) and buy a Sectional chart. You can figure out where the Class G airspace is from there.
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    Although...If Der Schlickmeister was to ask you...

    Although...If Der Schlickmeister was to ask you to "kiss it", as he did with Paula Jones, I bet you'd figure out his definition pretty dang quick!
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    Even with the correct airspeed on approach and...

    Even with the correct airspeed on approach and landing, the OP does have a valid observation. It is not uncommon at all for a 'full scale' to have at best a zero, or even slightly nose-down,...
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    I would add that it's the beyond...

    I would add that it's the beyond line-of-sight/visual limits of the 'drone' operator, and thus relying on a "limited view of the world through a video screen", that is at the heart of this whole...
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    You know this, I know this, and probably most all...

    You know this, I know this, and probably most all of us here know this, and would agree that that is a technically correct definition...but...with the help of the media, John Q Public - at this point...
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    At this point, to a non-rc person, "drone" = a...

    At this point, to a non-rc person, "drone" = a multi-rotor apparatus...you know, the kind that fly hover by the top of the Space Needle, land on the White House lawn, hover over ball games and...
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