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Old 12-08-2005, 05:06 PM   #11
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I didn't pinch the tubes off, that's why I used the pump. It probably works as well without the pump but I feel better WITH the pump, my preference I guess.

Sorry if I clouded the matter, should have kept my big yap shut.
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Old 12-08-2005, 10:27 PM   #12
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well, I'll take any / all info I can get.

I just measure my Bisson Pitts exhaust through the packaging, and the inside diameter of the tapered tube at end is 3/8"

so it sounds like I have to fork out $50 US! for a pump or jam something in one of the holes

If Bisson is aware of the problem, would they possibly replace mine as it still in original packaging, never opened.
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Old 12-09-2005, 04:07 AM   #13
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Don't look at the pump as just a liability remember with the pump;

1) - you can set the engine up for peak performance with a full tank and never worry about going lean.

2) - Put the fuel tank where ever you darn well please.

3) - Run your engine inverted ( if you want ) with much better results.

4) - Use a fuel dot to fill the tank without fear of flooding engine.

5) - Engine primes much easier.

6) - With the pump I can use straight syn. fuel without fear of burning up my engine. Now my nice shiny engine won't look like a piece of crap after 50 flights and if I need to disassemble it ( bearings etc. ) it falls apart on my bench, no more hammer and cold chisel to get the piston & liner out.

Here I go again, giving unsolicted advice, sorry but I'm just passionate about these pumps.
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