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Old 08-05-2003, 09:30 AM   #1
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when my rc10gt with a .15 os cv-rx runs out of fuel it starts to take off at full thottle. what is the problem?

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air is in the fuel line when fuel levels runs out and more air means a leaner mixture which equates to higher RPM of the motor. This is natural. If it takes off for more than 5 seconds than you have a problem. Usually the engine studders and than stalls out quickly due to lack of fuel.
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