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Old 05-31-2012, 11:53 AM   #13 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by War_Wagon View Post
Do they use propane as it's pressurized and it avoids issues with the carb float getting knocked around with all that movement going on? Plus some of those rigs sound pretty healthy, I am guessing they like that high octane propane has.
It is either injection or something like that propane with the extreme angles. A carb is worthless on those rigs.
My neighbor has a 1.3 liter Samurai that he converted to injection because of the angles he can get into.

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