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Air filter on Tarno RC carb

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Air filter on Tarno RC carb

Post  balogh on Sun Apr 01, 2018 6:47 am

Flying and landing on rough terrain with mole hills always happening to be standing where I land often leave the engine dusty even muddy with small particles of dirt unavoidably getting into the unscreened carburetor...not wanting to risk engine damage caused by those clandestine particles I decided to dress up the Tarno carb with a filter hood kept in place by a rubber band wrapped around the carb body.

The filter itself is a repurposed fruit tea bag made of fine plastic mesh, cut to sufficiently wrap the carb.



I am not sure if it stays in place but will check once stormy winds subside here. RC Plane
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