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Old 03 November 2011, 18:00   #11
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That's what I'll do so. Will report back progress. Engines both sound great but won't rev for extended periods.
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Old 04 November 2011, 07:04   #13
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This doesnt look very nice, does it?
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Are the fuel lines flexible and easy to get to?

If yes I'd throw the old ones and fittings and start again after you've pumped the old fuel out pump it out through an inline filter and the same again with a new filter when you pump it back in after cleaning the tanks.

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The lines from tanks(4no) are under the deck and pretty inaccessable id guess. Lines in the engine bay are easy enough to get to. I think i will jury rig and go from there. Change filters, clean tanks and try again!
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The lines from tanks(4no) are under the deck and pretty inaccessable id guess. Lines in the engine bay are easy enough to get to. I think i will jury rig and go from there. Change filters, clean tanks and try again!
Unless you can pull a new line in by attaching it to the old one you pull out?

How much fuel do you have in the tanks ?

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