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Re: Can someone explain glo vs. gas engine designations? How do they compare for pow
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start up your engine as you would normally... and let it warm up.. you want the exhaust gases to be hot so that they expand in the muffler to create back pressure,, you may have to touch your idle up a bit to keep the engine running .. but with the engine running pull the line off at the muffler... then put on a second spare line to the muffler.. have a glass of water handy and put the other end of the line in the water slowly.. and see how deep it goes in the water and blow bubbles.. If the line is only about 1/4 inch below the water surface you should see a few bubbles popping out.. if not .. you have a problem.. you should see a few bubbles coming from the line up to about an inch below the water surface.. at inch and half.. if you still see bubbles.. you may have a different problem.. too much restriction
And Corey !! "OP" had better not stand for " old people "
I will soon be setting the fuel aside for a short bit for a new project coming along..
I have gotten bitten by the jet bug.. my first serious electric
a 57 inch Viper with 90mm 12 blade EDF
This should bring some serious crap to the shop.. have not played with electrics much..
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