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Old 12-10-2012, 03:12 PM   #41
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Re: Slow Throttle Response?

this was what we did. Put the new kid to work in the unbrella girl's absence.

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Until I email her and tell her this is good for a few tenths...
Dude, if you could get me a few tenths just in how I store my gas, I think you could be a pretty rich guy selling parts to drag racers... A few tenths is a lot my friend. Ive spent a lot to get a few tenths...
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This is that, but not sticky and goes on the fuel jug. And I doubt the technology for reflecting light has come $100 worth of distance!!

ChickenHawk makes em I think. Not an easy thing to find online apparently too.

http://www.spunksupermoto.nl/en/prod...-fuel-jerrycan
Oh, Ive seen these before. They can be made out of some of that same stuff they make heat shield and racing suits out of iirc. Basically its an insulated fiber with a reflective outer layer, but even just not storing your gas on hot pavement and out of direct sun helps. And besides, I pour straight from the metal pail....

Though I have considered changing that up since the last time I did that I dropped a small nylock nut that was sitting on the fuel can (didnt notice it) right into the gashole and had to dismount the pump to get it out.... FML.
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Old 12-10-2012, 03:25 PM   #44
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Dude, if you could get me a few tenths just in how I store my gas, I think you could be a pretty rich guy selling parts to drag racers... A few tenths is a lot my friend. Ive spent a lot to get a few tenths...
I fell like I've spent even more for a few mm's. Wait what?

Fuel chillers have been the shit since back in the day drag racing!!! You should see some of the straight up ice boxes with fuel lines all coiled in it I used to drool over reading/ 70's and 80's street rod mags.

Check out ome of the new shit that's inline and NOT cheap to run. check out the DEI one. COA2 or wtfe that is! Cryo cool the fuel as it flows!
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Oh, Ive seen these before. They can be made out of some of that same stuff they make heat shield and racing suits out of iirc. Basically its an insulated fiber with a reflective outer layer, but even just not storing your gas on hot pavement and out of direct sun helps. And besides, I pour straight from the metal pail....

Though I have considered changing that up since the last time I did that I dropped a small nylock nut that was sitting on the fuel can (didnt notice it) right into the gashole and had to dismount the pump to get it out.... FML.



That musta SUCKED doing all that strip-side
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I fell like I've spent even more for a few mm's. Wait what?

Fuel chillers have been the shit since back in the day drag racing!!! You should see some of the straight up ice boxes with fuel lines all coiled in it I used to drool over reading/ 70's and 80's street rod mags.

Check out ome of the new shit that's inline and NOT cheap to run. check out the DEI one. COA2 or wtfe that is! Cryo cool the fuel as it flows!
Yeah, the old cool cans and shit that looked like ice chest kegerators!!!! We had one of those at one point.... Complete with an electric fuel pump and a car battery...no fuse, no disconnect....
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That musta SUCKED doing all that strip-side
Shit, I ran it like that and did it at home. The best part was when I was like, "Whoops..." and the wife goes, "what do you mean, 'whoops'?" And I replied, "oh, nothing. its probably nothing....." HAHAHAHA
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