|07-31-2007, 10:36 AM||#111|
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Yeah... sorry to bring up old regrets.
I use the Yak for IMAC competition, so I made sure it was an easy installation.
The tank is held in the canister tunnel by a couple of one wrap velcro straps.
The pump is velcro'ed into the fuse just ahead of the fuel tank.
The battery is velcro'ed in above the wing tube.
It's a 10 minute job to strip the smoke out if I want to for competitions. The longest part will be removing the prop and cowling to get the line off the smoke muffler. I figure this way I can put it in for special occasions, and take it out when I don't plan on using it.
|11-25-2007, 01:03 AM||#114|
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