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Post  JPvelo on Wed Feb 04, 2015 5:36 pm

I know I've  read comments on here where someone wondered if the Tee Dee.09 has the same fuel draw issues as the .049.

Here's mine mounted on the corsair with a tank that I had on hand, no special setup done. Prop is an APC 7x5 cut down to a 6x5.



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Re: Tee Dee .09 fuel draw.

Post  Ken Cook on Wed Feb 04, 2015 6:10 pm

Actually Jim, your offset engine is having a very positive effect on your engine run. The engine isn't having to work as hard due to the engine being outboard of the fuse and more inline with your pickup. If the engine was beam mounted directly to your fuse it certainly could cause issues from the 1/2 tank point and up to the end of the run . Not always but possibly. Nicely done. Ken
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