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Vent an ADA billet gas cap

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  • #31
    Originally posted by Anthony I View Post
    Where do u buy the brass fitting
    Local hobby shop.
    Pedfest 2014

    Originally posted by depog revilo
    Steve, I am really excited to see yours.


    • #32
      Originally posted by SJ View Post
      Here is a small Metric Tap and Die set that has most of the sizes we would need on a scooter, and it even comes with the proper sized drill bits.
      Wow, that's a good tip right there. The taps are not so hard, but the correct size drills can be a challenge. This makes it so easy-peasy, it's almost like cheating!


      • #33
        Originally posted by SJ View Post
        Great tutorial Oliver and thanks for the drill and tap sizes necessary to use one of these little nipples. I did the mod today but I opted for one of these little vent valves for a cleaner look IMO. These valves let plenty of air in no matter what the mods you have done to your motor, and will not let any fuel leak out should you get on your side or even upside down. I cut the black tube that comes with the vent down to 3/4" long so the barbs meet end to end inside the black tube.

        Thanks sj for the link to the ada Valve I just did mine today and it looks great!
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        1996 Volkswagen Jetta 2.0l 8v Trek edition
        All motor GoPed SGSR460 (IN THE WORKS)


        • #34
          Does anyone know where I can get this fitting?


          • #35
            Try online or brick and mortar hobby shop - specifically ones that deal in larger rc planes
            Originally posted by rocketped
            Damn Texan