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Old 09-02-2007, 11:41 AM
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Just got a new camra to play with and started takeing a few of the many pics of my truck.

and to anyone that reads this...
Has anyone used "the real McCoy" mc-8 plugs in a NX-76?



got to love that 70's carpet
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Old 09-02-2007, 11:48 AM
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Hey poo,, No on the real McCoy plugs

That 70's!!! LOL!! looks like your hsn is VERY fat! Does it run well?
Old 09-02-2007, 11:51 AM
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I can only upload one pic at a timefor some reason...that sucks on the plugs...my hobby shop wont take anything back[:'(]
Old 09-02-2007, 01:35 PM
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Nice pics!


I use McCoy MC-8 and MC-9 plugs all the time. Depending what % nitro Im using.
THey dont last as long as OS plugs, but they are waaay cheaper
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Nice pics!


I use McCoy MC-8 and MC-9 plugs all the time. Depending what % nitro Im using.
THey dont last as long as OS plugs, but they are waaay cheaper
thanks

I'm using bryons 30%. What are you using?
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I've been using "XP fuel". It's made here in Alberta Canada, so IDK if you can get it anywhere else. I use 20% in my Genesis, 30% in some of my other stuff.
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burningpoo,

Why do the have a fuel pump on the exhaust side of your fuel
system rather than on the carb side, (Shown in your 2nd picture)?

Edited:
I have just seen on another thread TRD also has one there??????

My pump/filter is on the tank to carbs side.


I am confused even more now????[]
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Hey Scott, That is the Ofna Chackvalve mod that cures the Half Tank Lean Issue. The "pump" as you refer to it, has a chechvalve function that keeps the pressure consistent in the tank. You install it between the exhaust pressure nipple and the tank with the flow (fucntioning direction) towards the tank. That allows the Checkvalve to hold pressure in the tank..
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ORIGINAL: The Real Dogman

Hey Scott, That is the Ofna Chackvalve mod that cures the Half Tank Lean Issue. The "pump" as you refer to it, has a chechvalve function that keeps the pressure consistent in the tank. You install it between the exhaust pressure nipple and the tank with the flow (fucntioning direction) towards the tank. That allows the Checkvalve to hold pressure in the tank..

what he said

I was making her rich at the end of the tank or only running the tank half way down untill my LHS got them in stock...4 weeks later.

Just goes to show that TRD is the man with the plan[sm=cool.gif]
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Nice pix of a gst put to use, poo! I think I need to invest in a digital camera now. My crappy cel phone won't cut it. Oh, and TRD's find with the check valve is right on the money. It makes a huge difference once you get it dialed in.
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ORIGINAL: The Real Dogman

Hey Scott, That is the Ofna Chackvalve mod that cures the Half Tank Lean Issue. The "pump" as you refer to it, has a chechvalve function that keeps the pressure consistent in the tank. You install it between the exhaust pressure nipple and the tank with the flow (fucntioning direction) towards the tank. That allows the Checkvalve to hold pressure in the tank..

Of course.

I understand the 'check valve' principle, just never thought of using one of those 'pumps' to do the job.
I personally have never felt the need to fit one.

So, do you find it runs rich on the over run?????

Any down side??

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