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Old 27 April 2005, 02:05   #31
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Its looks like the nose from the latest sea harrier /Eagle models.
this is how the nose of our sea harrier max looks like
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Old 27 April 2005, 02:37   #32
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this is how the nose of our sea harrier max looks like
It seems to be the same shape except this nose is a bit wider and has a locker on the front.

We tested her for speed and came to a 90/95 km-ph.

Does anybody have any idea how big the fuel tank could be ? There no meter installed yet.

I could'nt find out yet how the ballasttank works. There's a long hose on top off the tank wich goes to the back of the boat/under the floor en is not in use.
There's A big hose on top of the tank wich goes to the nose.
And there a big hose on the bottom of the tank wich goes under the floor to the back af the boat uner the engine and comes out of the transom.

Where should the first hose be connected to ?

Dan.
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Old 27 April 2005, 02:59   #33
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Does anybody have any idea how big the fuel tank could be? There no meter installed yet.

Dan.
Our fuel tank on the sea harrier max (7.4m) is 220 l. I know that there's also a bigger one available 350 l.

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I could'nt find out yet how the ballasttank works. There's a long hose on top off the tank wich goes to the back of the boat/under the floor en is not in use.
There's A big hose on top of the tank wich goes to the nose.
And there a big hose on the bottom of the tank wich goes under the floor to the back af the boat uner the engine and comes out of the transom.

Where should the first hose be connected to?

Dan.
The 2 holes in the nose of ours are for the ballast tank. But it works differently than yours because ours is connected to a shower unit.

Petrov should be able to tell you more about yours. I think he has the same.
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