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I see guys with I swear 2 feet of fuel line between pipe & tank and between tank & carb. Is there a point to this or do some people just think it looks cool?
Only oval types use turn mashalls. I read some article on the length of fuel lines and exhaust return lines and it stated that they should only be 7 - 9" each. I cut my lines shorter and it has been working well.Originally posted by WoodiE
The purpose of having the extra lenght of fuel line between the engine and the tank is so in case the car/truck flips over the extra fuel in the longer lenght of the line will keep the car running until you or a turn marshall can flip you back over.
Originally posted by NCNitro
Sky, I think they are used in RC planes, if I am not mistaken they are called clunkers. I have been thinking about trying to do something like that in my tank.
Originally posted by SkyMaxx
I think you need to read my posts a little more closely...