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Old 10-17-2017, 11:30 PM   #5416
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I have seen longer fuel lines coming from the pipe to the Exhaust Gas Cooler compared to mine. ( picture below)

Would mine be consider short or should I make it longer ?


the cooler really don't help much in on road because of the onroad body not much airflow, also the way the modern gas tanks are made today u really don't even need a long fuel tube at all mine is direct to tank and works perfect I actually think like I said the way the tanks r today the short the better..
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I have seen longer fuel lines coming from the pipe to the Exhaust Gas Cooler compared to mine. ( picture below)

Would mine be consider short or should I make it longer ?


Mine is almost identical to yours. Total length from pressure tab to tank is what matters from I know. Not for the cooling but for foam elimination. Correct me if I'm wrong. BTW, I like your shiny pipe.
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the cooler really don't help much in on road because of the onroad body not much airflow, also the way the modern gas tanks are made today u really don't even need a long fuel tube at all mine is direct to tank and works perfect I actually think like I said the way the tanks r today the short the better..
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Mine is almost identical to yours. Total length from pressure tab to tank is what matters from I know. Not for the cooling but for foam elimination. Correct me if I'm wrong. BTW, I like your shiny pipe.
Thanks guys for the replies and the pipe is shiny for now because its new so just wait it will look like burnt toast soon.
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Thanks guys for the replies and the pipe is shiny for now because its new so just wait it will look like burnt toast soon.
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Thanks guys for the replies and the pipe is shiny for now because its new so just wait it will look like burnt toast soon.
Just rub some high temp silicone grease onto the pipe before running. All the tire and fuel gunge just wipes straight off. No need for any other cleaners. Just use high temperature silicone grease!
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Just rub some high temp silicone grease onto the pipe before running. All the tire and fuel gunge just wipes straight off. No need for any other cleaners. Just use high temperature silicone grease!
Again good info Dan thanks
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Anyone know the differences between these #8's ?

C8TGFB
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Anyone know the differences between these #8's ?

C8TGFB
C8TGHB
C8TGTB
C8TGFB - Slightly Cooler than HB plug so better hotter ambient conditions (a bit stronger element but a little less power). Lower consumption. Easier to tune.

C8TGHB - Similar to FB but a little hotter and develops a little more power overall. Higher fuel consumption. Weaker element so tune is critical the plug wont take a slightly lean tune.

C8TGTB - Somewhere in the middle of the above 2 in temperature. Strongest plug with the best runtime. Lowest power of all 3 plugs and easiest to tune. Longest lasting.

However, Novarossi have a new plug which I am currently using which seems to be better than all 3 of the above put together. The new plug is 'CT8' and is pretty good across the board. Easy to tune and lasts a really long time.
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C8TGFB - Slightly Cooler than HB plug so better hotter ambient conditions (a bit stronger element but a little less power). Lower consumption. Easier to tune.

C8TGHB - Similar to FB but a little hotter and develops a little more power overall. Higher fuel consumption. Weaker element so tune is critical the plug wont take a slightly lean tune.

C8TGTB - Somewhere in the middle of the above 2 in temperature. Strongest plug with the best runtime. Lowest power of all 3 plugs and easiest to tune. Longest lasting.

However, Novarossi have a new plug which I am currently using which seems to be better than all 3 of the above put together. The new plug is 'CT8' and is pretty good across the board. Easy to tune and lasts a really long time.
Thanks a ton Dan for the info and the new CT8 plug your running were can I find them ?
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Thanks a ton Dan for the info and the new CT8 plug your running were can I find them ?
https://www.amainhobbies.com/novaros...nvrct8/p591139
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most guys including myself we use the os plugs in the nova those things take a beating !!!! and want more !!!
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most guys including myself we use the os plugs in the nova those things take a beating !!!! and want more !!!
Not anymore Ralph, all the european and asia team drivers are back onto Novarossi plugs using the new CT range. No more issues.

Novarossi have also brought the price of plugs down as well (finally) making them also cheaper than O.S. plugs now.
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Not anymore Ralph, all the european and asia team drivers are back onto Novarossi plugs using the new CT range. No more issues.

Novarossi have also brought the price of plugs down as well (finally) making them also cheaper than O.S. plugs now.

I tried the ones recommended for my mito and was same shit for a month in the beginning of the summer went throu like 10 of them went to os used the same plug for the next 3 months lol!!! I swear !!
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I tried the ones recommended for my mito and was same shit for a month in the beginning of the summer went throu like 10 of them went to os used the same plug for the next 3 months lol!!! I swear !!
what OS plug are you running in your mito 21?

is it novarossi ct8 = os rp8?

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