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Old 07-26-2005, 10:05 AM   #1
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Hi guys, i want to give a try on fuel guns ... any experience or opiniones about this 3 models ?, considering that i will run just 200mm nitro cars :

1.- Dynamite Fuel Gun

2.- Ofna Fast Fueler

3.- THS Fuel Gun



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The THS gun is a copy of what the top level racer use. The Ofna and Dynamite are just as good with a slight edge going to the Dynamite gun. You really can go wrong with any of them. Just my $0.02.
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The problem with the Dynamite gun is that it always leaks. Try the THS one, although a friend of mine had trouble refueling his friend's car in the pit because he didnt know if he had fillen the tank up.
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The problem with the Dynamite gun is that it always leaks. Try the THS one, although a friend of mine had trouble refueling his friend's car in the pit because he didnt know if he had fillen the tank up.
Honestly, just about all of them leak a little bit. I have not seen many that seal completely. Most pit crew have an old gallon fuel jug with part of the top cut off to store the fuel gun in (like a caddy) because of the leaking.
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You can always seal a leak. Ive never met a leak I cant seal in one way or another.
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The dynamite is the way to go, it leaks just a few drops when you've filled it up. The auto shutoff works awsome too.
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