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    Default EC44 info (was fuel pipes)

    Does anyone happen to know roughly what range of diameter fuel pipe the EC44 needs as the engine is currently being fitted to it's frame and having the pulleys lined up so i can't get the measurements myself.



    Many thanks in advance,

    Peter

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    Default Re: EC44 fuel pipes

    Mine had 6mm on it and ran for 3 years with no problems but use proper fuel line that is marked petrol not the c**p clear plastic stuff you can buy as it goes brittle and is dangerous.

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    Default Re: EC44 fuel pipes

    cheers



    i shall now go source some then for the hovercraft (and chris - i don't want any 30l comments from you! )



    EDIT: Will neoprene do?

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    Default Re: EC44 info (was fuel pipes)

    Okay a few more questions now:







    Anybody know whether the EC44 killswitch is PTM or PTB??



    Is the EC44 output clock or Anti - the manual says it's anticlock as viewed from driving shaft so do i want clock or anticlock fan blades??



    Will a digital Tacho suitable for use on "Briggs & Stratton, Honda, Kohler etc." be suitable for the EC44??



    Thats all (for now)



    Many thanks in advance

    Pete Bee

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    Default Re: EC44 info (was fuel pipes)

    Anybody know whether the EC44 killswitch is PTM or PTB??



    Is the EC44 output clock or Anti - the manual says it's anticlock as viewed from driving shaft so do i want clock or anticlock fan blades??



    Will a digital Tacho suitable for use on "Briggs & Stratton, Honda, Kohler etc." be suitable for the EC44??



    1. To earth to kill



    2. 5ZL



    3. No but you can get a digital tacho that will be ok look on ebay in the karting section but do ask if its for a 2 stroke kart failing that try Light Aero Spares on 01837 54747 they did do them and also analogue ones but do specify its for a EC44 Fuji as they do also do analogue ones for Rotax and they read wrong due to the different amount of generator coils.



    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/GO-KART-TACHO-...-DIGITAL-ENGIN E-GO-KART-TACH_W0QQitemZ220095064765QQcategoryZ64657QQrdZ1QQ cmdZViewItem?hash=item220095064765

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    Default Re: EC44 info (was fuel pipes)

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    1. To earth to kill



    2. 5ZL



    3. No but you can get a digital tacho that will be ok look on ebay in the karting section...
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    1. Cheers



    2. are these clock or anti-clock as we're planning on using 4Zs



    3. Cheers

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    Default Re: EC44 info (was fuel pipes)

    2. are these clock or anti-clock as we're planning on using 4Zs



    2. Just ask for 4ZL but you would get more thrust using 5ZL we used 9x5ZL on ours in a 925mm duct at 40deg.

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    Default Re: EC44 info (was fuel pipes)

    were only using a 750 mil duct though so Chris (Daly) was advising 4Zs



    you say 5zs hmmm.... I shall look into it

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