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05-31-2012, 06:41 PM
can I use this filter on a gasser?
06-01-2012, 01:08 PM
Yep i had one on my helibug 700 gasser along with some haynes tube :)
06-01-2012, 04:57 PM
We designed and tested the Lynx M.O.A.S clunck for Nitro, Gas and Turbine applications. It works great!
The Lynx M.O.A.S. (Mother of All Suckers) is a new and innovative solution. The heart of the M.O.A.S. is a special synthetic fiber body, which will absorb and maintain fuel delivery until the last drop. This will help to maintain a stable carburetor setting from full to empty tank.
The M.O.A.S. body filter fiber, which was designed with help from one of the top engineers in the industry, is resistant to all fuel compounds, including Nitro, Alcohol, Synthetic and Mineral oil, Gasoline, and Diesel.
- Absorbant Fiber Body that lasts 5 times longer than the competition.
- Perfect carburetor settings from full to empty tank.
- Superior shock, chemical resistance, function and durability.
- Replaceable fiber body.
- Overall dimensions: Diameter 11mm - Length 18mm
Been using the MOAS with the Lynx tubing now for over a year with great results.
I bought spaer filters thinking the material would degrade. They are still new in packet .... :-)
07-01-2012, 11:41 PM
One thing with the MOAS is that I had to use the Lynx Clunk line as well. The MOAS is not heavy enough for your typical clunk, but the Lynx Clunk line (part number LX0134) works a treat... keep in mind that its tricky to get the fuel line on the tank nipples (given that its so small), it makes it easier if you use a 1.5mm screwdriver to help slide it on.
Its outlasted the Hayes clunk line by at least 6months now, and still going strong.