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Old Aug 26, 2012, 02:57 PM
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With my glow planes, I always pump my fuel tanks back into the jug when I'm done... there's no reason not to put it back since it's exposure to the atmosphere is limited in a single flying session. As long as you regularly run your engines and don't store the fuel too long between flights (like more than 6 months) I can't see it ever being a problem. I don't recall any fuel ever going bad as long as I cap the jug.

On my last flight of the day I pinch the feed line til the engine dies to get the fuel out of it.
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