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Old 11-12-2008, 12:52 AM   #91
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Just use a small party baloon. This will act more as the Team Orion Constant Pressure Device. On full throttle the balloon will blow up a tiny bit and letting go the throttle the baloon will empty itself pushing some pressure in the tank. As far I noticed is that it will give a faster picking up engine going out of the corner.

Oh well, it is just to give it a try without spending lots of money to expensive devices.

lol that's excellent i'm going to try it at the track next time round love it
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lol that's excellent i'm going to try it at the track next time round love it
hahahhaa... i probably will too.. awesome
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What if you put one cooler on the presure line AND another one on the fuel line?? Wouldn't that second cooler also cool down the fuel itself?? Wounld it be doubly advantageous??
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What if you put one cooler on the presure line AND another one on the fuel line?? Wouldn't that second cooler also cool down the fuel itself?? Wounld it be doubly advantageous??
we done that on our buggy setup too ... honestly being non-pro.. couldn't feel the diff ...
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we done that on our buggy setup too ... honestly being non-pro.. couldn't feel the diff ...
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