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Old 06-29-2009, 11:45 PM   #1
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I have been having a few issues when I flip with leaning out and have read that a pressure device will change that. I did add some fuel line as mentioned before, but it was never really consistent after that. I have been looking into the two devices by Fioroni and Team Orion. Has anyone ever used them? Any pros or cons on them? Some insight would be appreciated. Thanks.

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Nobody has any insight into these two parts???
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It seems to me that neither will help you.

The Orion thing supposedly limits pressure, as in keeping it from going rich. But read the reviews on that site, lol.

The Fioroni thing supposedly cools the exhaust gas to keep your fuel cooler.

But, pressure isn't the cause anyway. You're not losing pressure when you're upside down. The exhaust that pressures the tank is the same as when you're right-side-up.

The cause could be that the fuel clunk in the tank isn't a perfect system. Or it could be that the engine doesn't run properly when upside down - with regards to gravity and fuel delivery to the combustion area. I don't know, those are just speculation on my part.
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I just got 2 of these for my Z-Car Buggy & Truggy http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...re-Chamber-Set
I will let you know how they do
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I just got 2 of these for my Z-Car Buggy & Truggy http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...re-Chamber-Set
I will let you know how they do
Yeah I looked at that one too. Definitely let me know how it turns out. I am just getting a lot of fuel back into the pressure line back to the exhaust. I need to figure out something.
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