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Old 11-24-2012, 12:28 PM
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Hi Guys Dave in UK, after a long battle with the MM on my 1999 RG taken the plunge and ordered most of the parts for the changeover to carb. I am using a pingel kit but as yet need to order the petcock, which petcock angle is the most suitable from anyone who has done the conversion or knows of one? because of ordering from your side of the pond I need to be sure of this before getting one. Thanks Dave
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Old 11-24-2012, 02:34 PM
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Hi Guys Dave in UK, after a long battle with the MM on my 1999 RG taken the plunge and ordered most of the parts for the changeover to carb. I am using a pingel kit but as yet need to order the petcock, which petcock angle is the most suitable from anyone who has done the conversion or knows of one? because of ordering from your side of the pond I need to be sure of this before getting one. Thanks Dave
I used one with a bottom outlet, just to take the pressure off the fuel line.
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Old 11-24-2012, 05:21 PM
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Thanks frankie. dave
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Old 11-24-2012, 05:59 PM
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Hi Guys Dave in UK, after a long battle with the MM on my 1999 RG taken the plunge and ordered most of the parts for the changeover to carb. I am using a pingel kit but as yet need to order the petcock, which petcock angle is the most suitable from anyone who has done the conversion or knows of one? because of ordering from your side of the pond I need to be sure of this before getting one. Thanks Dave

I did the carb conversion on an '01 Ultra Classic, Pingle petcock I used was Drag Specialties part# DS-390240, which claims to be outlet facing forward.
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Another vote for outlet forward.
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I put outlet down on my FXR. It's a problem bending the fuel line. I'd go with outlet forward. I used an Accell.
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Thanks Guys, just what I needed. Dave
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