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A/A Fine Needle, $31.00, comes as a simple kit for you to put together.

 

Or, you can get one that John Otto or Roger Hooks Sr. has put together, ready to run.

 

Al Hobbs

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Uses OS #71703009 remote 3rd channel needle (not included). Left or right side mounting (right shown) $25 plus shipping

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I only run the Ferrette's. Small, light weight and simple. I like the adjustability of the banjos but looks like more places to potentially leak. JMO!

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I'm gonna give one of these a try in my new SAW boat, I like the flexibility of the banjo fittings.

 

https://www.worldchampionproducts.com/en/marine/91-vs99001.html

 

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Terry,

 

Those work well. We have quite a few in our boats.

 

 

 

Good to know, thanks. Looks like I'm gonna havta open it up a bit for the SAW boat, doesn't flow enough as is. :huh:

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Boaters,

 

On a big bore motor the fuel doctor type design is another great option.

Flow is never a problem with these type when you start to pull these new

ABC 2727's.

 

Thanks For Reading,

 

Mark Sholund

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I only run the Ferrette's. Small, light weight and simple. I like the adjustability of the banjos but looks like more places to potentially leak. JMO!

The bases I sell have been used on everything from the little .12s to mega big block record trials motors. :)

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I'm gonna give one of these a try in my new SAW boat, I like the flexibility of the banjo fittings.

 

https://www.worldchampionproducts.com/en/marine/91-vs99001.html

 

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Update: It wouldn't flow enough for my SAW boat (11ish on my old school propane unit) so I drilled two more holes per banjo fitting. Would be enough for a big block if you used the straight fitting in one position.

 

 

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Edited by Terry Keeley

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