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    Quote Originally Posted by RX951
    Some folks put the primer on the return line due to worries of sucking wind through the primer system
    My primer comes off my reserve line.

    your primer comes from the reserve???? or did you mean "return" line??
    Last edited by RX951; 01-12-2009 at 10:25 PM.


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    yes, yes, I meant RETURN line.

    ...gonna go edit

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    marks diagram at the top says the primer is in the main feed line??? Mine isn't like that.


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    Hydrotoys wrote:
    There are about a hundred ways to do this. Some folks put the primer on the return line due to worries of sucking wind through the primer system.
    thats where mine is connected....the return

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    One more and i'll shut up!

    Are you guys using plastic fittings where the fuel supply lines hook up to the carbs or are they brass?

    Thanks,

    Jon

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    My fittings are all plastic.

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    all of mine are plastic. they work fine. kerry set mine up, so to me there is no question about it.




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    here is a picture of what I have don to my stock carbs return lines to make it easy to get to my T-handles I made the hose to long so they would bow out of the way
    also if you noticed I stuck some tape on the inside of the carbs and fill the choke holes with J B weld and will put my primer lines on oiler nipples since I am running premix any way it three less caps on my carbs
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    Very clever idea with the hoses to make the highs accessible !

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    Here is a great link with some return line pressure recomendations


    http://www.novi.com/installation/TY-XRF-P.pdf

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