|Oct 22, 2007, 12:07 AM|
Nitro in gas/smoke tank?
Sorry for the dumb questions
So, I am getting ready to run smoke in a 4 stroke Sukhoi..
I know I can't run smoke fluid through a Nitro system..
I have a couple of Sullivan tanks, and if I am reading it correctly, the black stoppers are OK for Gas/Smoke/Diesel, and the white stoppers are for Nitro fuels.
Is it OK to run Nitro fuels through the black stopper systems, or does the Nitro attack the rubber?
I assume it is not OK, and that is why both tanks are available, but I just wanted to check for sure..
|Oct 22, 2007, 04:59 PM|
I talked to Sullivan just now..
Black stopper is for Gas/Diesel/Smoke.
White stopper is for Nitro fuels..
Nitro fuels will eat the Black stopper, so no mixing of the two can be done..
Thanks IvanC for posting back, I appreciate it..
|Oct 23, 2007, 09:58 AM|
Sorry, my bad - I should have checked it first.
Sullivan uses different color coding for their stoppers than Dubro and Great Planes. Dubro and Great Planes stoppers are black for glow, brown for gas/diesel/smoke. Sullivan are white for glow, black for gas/diesel/smoke.
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