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    Hello mk309, Welcome to TN Bass Fishing. Please feel free to browse around and get to know the others. The more you participate, the better your experience here will be. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to ask. mk309 joined on the 06/18/2018. View Member
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    +1000000 Steve!! Nailed it. Older engines (pre DFI all brands) can have VRO style oil tanks disconnected & run premixed fuel. Actually, this is a more reliable set up. However, there is a HUGE difference between a VRO oil tank & a remote oil tank on a DI model motor.
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    Gotta be carful what motor you choose to do that to. Idk about the Venom, but like newer direct injected engines it would do more harm than good. Reason being is the fuel is not cycled through the entire crankcase, like it is on older traditional 2 strokes. No fuel through the crankcase= no oil through the crankcase. Oil is instead injected separately into the crankcase. Some of the older EFI motors were setup in a similar way. Fuel is injected with air into the intake port, so most the oil will get combusted instead of first making its way through the crank. Just a thought.
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    Hello Bassinbrian2018, Welcome to TN Bass Fishing. Please feel free to browse around and get to know the others. The more you participate, the better your experience here will be. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to ask. Bassinbrian2018 joined on the 05/31/2018. View Member
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    Its a bait thats made to fish slow, and in cooler water. Early spring when fish are staging up to spawn is when it shines.
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    I love a bladed jig, fish it just like a spinnerbait around laydowns, docks, etc. It does excel with wind and a little stain to the water. Don’t be scared to throw one at night either.


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