|SMOKE SYSTEM COMPLETE KIT ALUMINUM 4 GAL 12x9x9.5||05-11544|
All tanks come with an aerobatic flop tube installed and a vented filler cap plus a separate vent fitting. COMPLETE is the key word, tank, two oil injectors, low pressure and stainless steel, hoses, all hose ends, oil pump, oil regulator valve, on/off switch, bulkhead fitting, wire with connections, zip ties, all screws, bolts, nuts, washers, everything you need is in the box along with complete written and photo directions.
Typical install time is 1 full day.
WARNING: The product may contain and/or expose you to a chemical(s) or substance(s) which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm. www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
5 stars is too modest, and when they say “complete”, they mean it. I spent less than $1 on additional parts to complete the install, and they even threw in some useful swag! The ONLY slight critique I have would be that the fittings for the flow rate metering valve are awkward, it’d be much better if it could be mated directly to the pump instead of floating with a length of tube. Other than that tiny gripe, a very quality and very complete kit. And at much less $$ than comparable kits that only give you one injector! 10/10, and I’ll be ordering a few more for my other aircraft as well.
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The entire installed system, hoses, hardware, tank, pump, etc. will weigh 12 pounds. The same as 2 gallons of gas. For most small engines of 200 hp or less the oil flow is .5 gal per minute so the 3 gal tank should last 6 minutes if you run it continuous. Normally we fun flyers only have it turned on for 15 to 30 seconds at a time so it lasts a long time.