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Old 03-03-2015, 09:16 AM
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I agree with you. In fact, in all my airplanes that i practice IMAC, i noticed this hiccup after 5 minutes, and doing long down lines. once i switched to the felt clunks, all of them have been flawless. and one time, i landed after over-flying, and once it landed, i taxi back, shut the motor down.

took off the canopy, and the tank was 100% empty!!! how lucky was i?????
Now that's skill...

Tom
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Old 03-03-2015, 07:37 PM
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I've been running felt clunks for quite awhile and have never experienced any problems with them, they will in fact suck every drop of fuel out of the tank.

Tom
I agree that a felt clunk will solve the downline problem. Most of our IMAC customers are using felt clunks, this is the only type clunk we sell here at
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