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Old 11-29-2012, 11:30 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Hey Guys,

Here is a video I did about how to make a fuel bladder for your helicopter. I've gotten many questions about how to so hopefully this will answer all of your questions.

There are many places online that you can use to purchase the balloons to make your bladder, a good one is www.balloonworldorlando.com

If you watch the video and have more questions, please ask.

How to make a fuel bladder

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Old 12-05-2012, 11:09 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Thanks for the video. Can you use bladder systems with muffler pressure? I don't know if the fumes, and heat are too much for the bladder or not.

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in the video he said you can use muffler pressure or back plate pressure
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Oh...must of missed that. Thanks.
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Yes he did say that, however we tried it on my os55 muffler pressured engine and we could not get it to stay running. Maybe something else was the cause but it did work awesome is my friends ys120 and OS105
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im using it with a os55 muffler pressure and see to be ok i just had to turn my needs in. it ran really good
i did have a hard time staring it was running way to rich i have to play with my needs some more. i think i have to bring the mid needle in more.
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