Alloy Réservoir de carburant Vent pour les modèles de gaz, bien fait et donne cette finition à l'échelle de votre modèle, fourni avec les vis de montage.
Taille du tube: Suits tuyau de carburant 3mm ID
Excellent product, super finishing and very scale looks. Sure I would like to buy more of them in future. Totally recommended :)Klasse Teil, sieht doch wesentlich besser aus als wenn die Tankentlftung nur so raushngt...tres bien belle finitionuna buena opcin para no dejar solo el macarron a la vista, aunque un poco grande queda perfectamente integrado en cualquier carena o fuselaje.
buen producto.A much neater way to vent excess fuel and allow your tank to breathe. Not too much that can go wrong with this part.Great way to vent the gas tank. looks nice.Diameter is 30mm for external side, requires a 8mm hole in fuselage and tube barb is 4mm diameter, used for overflow/vent on gasoline powered planes in my application. looks and works great placed on bottom of plane, be sure to put a loop or two of fuel line horizontal above gas tank before routing to this vent.these are ok for the smaller size gas engines and they look like a factory job on your plane You can enlarge the hole a bit with small drill but they are ok for my 30cc engines Just remember the longer the vent pipe the more restriction you create especially if you use small ID tubing when my supply line is 3mm I put 5mm tubing on the vent line as to stop engine from not getting enough fuel to the carb and remember to put some sponge under tank as to stop the vibration from creating bubbles in the petrol like what happened to me when I mounted the tank with double sided tape which gave me lots of bubbles/ air in the supply line and I thought my fuel lines had holes meantime tank was mounted to rigid and I replaced it with foam and all bubbles/air was gone so remember vibration creates lots of different problemsassolutamente indispensabile sui motori a miscelaReally beatiful detail to your plane. It can be improved extending the hole with 2 or 3mm of tube to avoid the fuel moving through the airplane. Also screws can be improved with allen ones but this is just making up...