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Old 03-16-09, 02:36AM   #16
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I seen this on ttf ....

http://www.theturboforums.com/smf/in...topic=124933.0
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Funny one of my paint prayers from titan pumps uses that same exact seal on the fluid entry tube..

Has never ever leaked but thats fiuid of course its the suction side so that shows it doesnt leak air or it wold lose suction on prime,

whats the heat range?
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Old 04-13-09, 07:59PM   #18
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I have not worked with any turbos, however in an F-16 aircraft this is what we use in the fuel and ECS systems to keep it fuel/air tight. I know in the fuel system they get 50psi fuel press for over 1200 hours with no leakage. Here's the link

http://www.burnsstainless.com/Hardwa...insclamps.html
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yeah I have the burns stainless catalog. very informative in the uses and types of stainless, aluminum, and Inconel as well.

The wiggins connectoprs are bad ass but you need to rob a bank on the way to ordering them.LOL
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what size would be req?
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