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Welcome Wren Turbines USA

Old 12-18-2013, 09:39 AM
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Default Wren turbines usa have a new website

I am pleased to announce that WREN TURBINES USA has now got a NEW website. Do please come along and take it for a test-drive!


Best regards, Ron Ballard, Wren Turbines USA.

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Old 12-18-2013, 10:19 AM
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Originally Posted by gooseF22
Ron will give proper advice but in the meantime,

Jeremy the first thing to check is to make sure you didn't plug in the solenoids backwards. Probably ok
make sure your turbine Lipo is fully charged.

Then flush out out your fuel system backwards and make sure it has no trash in it. See that often too. Even on experienced guys.

Then take out the festo inline filter. Filters on the suction side don't work very well. The motor has a pressure side filter under the cover. The. Remove all the zip ties on your fuel suction feed lines. You likely have a restriction someplace. That would be where I would start for what it's worth.
Mustang, Please contact Ron directly through his website.. set up an account and submit a technical inquiry.. Ron no longer visits RCU. If you like, PM me and I will give you his email address..


Thank you

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Old 02-10-2020, 08:19 PM
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Default Mr Mulligan

I hear you have a primo Mr Mulligan you might sell.

Could you pm me to discuss it?

Thank you.

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