Possible additional fuel tanks for the CruZer to extend its range.<br /> <br /> https://oscarborsten750.com/my-other-projects/


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Comment by Oscar Borsten on April 20, 2017 at 3:46pm
Yes, internal permanent tanks can work as well for me, but I am thinking in removable tanks. The front and back cone wouldn't carry any fuel, the fuel would be within a container the same length as the main tank.
Comment by Joe Harrington on April 20, 2017 at 3:20pm
why not simply install 1 or 2 additional factory fuel tanks in the wings? I installed 4 fuel tanks in my 750 for a total capacity of 48 gallons. I would worry about possible c of g changes during flight maneuvering if your proposed tanks are as long as shown on your website.

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