Old 01-24-2016, 01:44 AM
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Originally Posted by marquisvns View Post

Perhaps we could look into reconfigure the plumbing of any UAT. Cap off one of the upper ports and use a T fitting to plumb a fill/defuel line from the other. This way the UAT would not be back flushed during filling.

Nope. This will invariably lead to a flame out after 2 to 3 flights because the air trap will be empty.
It is absolutely essential to ensure that the air trap is re-filled after each flight.

It must be back flushed after each flight