4titude RC RTU Fuel Tanks V2 - 32oz

4titude RC RTU Fuel Tanks V2 - 32oz
4titude RC RTU Fuel Tanks V2 - 32oz
Brand: Fourtitude
Product Code: 4TT-32
Availability: Out Of Stock
Price: $24.99


  • Available in three sizes 8 fluid ounces, 16 fluid ounces, and 32 fluid ounces.
  • Crystal Clear allowing quick visual checks of any possible pollutants in your fuel tank.
  • Lightest weight commercially available R/C fuel tank on the market. Many cases less than half the weight of the older roto molded “standard” fuel tanks.
  • Three line configuration allowing a dedicated and completely filtered fuel supply line directly to the carb. 
  • Filtered clunk assuring a smooth running engine.
  • Aerospace Mil spec sealant used in assembly to assure the tank will hold up to many high G loaded flights!
  • Incredibly resilient and truly seamless tank body with a threaded on closure
  • No rubber stopper to crack, leak, or split your tank apart. 
  • Detailed Installation Instructions
    • No longer using three separate fittings to plumb the tank. All three plumbing connections are in a single piece cap assembly. 
    • Dual O-ring static seals for a redundant cap seal that does not require sealant
    • Still 100% Made in the USA and backed by Fourtitude R/C

Fourtitude R/C RTU tanks include: A high quality double sided hook and loop mounting strap, precut to shape foam mounting pad, and Fourtitude R/C blue fuel line to plumb your aircraft. Everything you need to get flying ASAP! 

These crystal clear plastic tanks are square shaped which makes mounting into your aircraft very simple. Every tank is QC pressure leak tested and are resistant to fuel with up to 10% Ethanol.


32 ounce - Length 8.5” x Width 3” x Height 3” - Weight 2 ounces

Compact size allows these to be used in 60cc airplanes but have a large enough capacity for up to 120cc airplanes. Average flight time with a DA120 is 11 minutes. 

These can also be used together if 64 oz's is needed. Use Tee Fittings 1/8" to plumb them together. Tee each vent line, fill line, and clunk line to each other. Then plumb your lines to the normal locations as if they were off a single tank. If you are using a dual carb engine such as a DA200, then you do not have to tee the clunks. Use one clunk line for each carb. The vent and fill fittings keep the tanks fuel level even during flight. Note this is the only approved method of plumbing two 32oz tanks to work in unison. If you plumb them any other method it will damage the tanks. Yes we have tested this and it works perfectly. In fact Andrew Jesky won the 2011 TAS using this very setup. 

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