<VV> Re: pressurizing the fuel system

FrankCB at aol.com FrankCB at aol.com
Thu Nov 8 17:42:24 EST 2007

Based on my experience, if you put too much  pressure on the tank, you'll 
start to hear it CREAK!!  Keep the air  pressure below 10 psig unless you want to 
expand the tank to a larger  size.<GGGG>
    Frank "likes quiet tanks" Burkhard
In a message dated 11/8/2007 1:04:10 AM Eastern Standard Time,  N2VZD at aol.com 

to  minimize the possibility of damage to the fuel system always blow in the  
direction of flow on anything.  you can blow the filter off the  pickup in  
tank ., or wreck the valves in the fuel pump , or if  an added filter is  
inline , it may have a rubber flow valve in  it...off subject , never blow  
backwards on smaller engines either ,  i wrecked an expensive fuel pump on an 
onan once doing  that.  they have small stainless reeds in the pump  which 
trashed beyond hope with one small toot...expensive education.
regards,  tim colson

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