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    Island Racing fuel vapor separator

    Island Racing fuel vapor separator w/pump
    100 shipped...... international shipping extra
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    ttt

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    A good idea

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    What are you running this on? A twin or triple

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    Quote Originally Posted by scittb View Post
    Island Racing fuel vapor separator w/pump
    Could you explain the main benefits of this fuel vapor separator ?
    Thank you

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    From the Group K website......
    Air in the Fuel Lines
    High performance PWCs (and jet-boats that use pwc engines) all have a shared problem. As fuel level gets low, air bubbles routinely make their way into the fuel pickups and then into the fuel lines. Since there is no way for this air to be purged out (once it has entered) the air is passed through the carburetor jets where it causes a momentary, but serious, lean condition. As more and more bubbles are admitted, these moments of lean condition becomes so prevalent that the operator experiences a noticeable “bog” or hesitation.
    On low performance pwc engines, these “lean moments” are of little consequence. However on high performance PWCs (particularly 3 cylinder engines), these lean moments often result in momentary detonation, and “more than occasionally” result in piston scoring or piston seizure. Countless times, owners of high performance PWCs and jet-boats have experienced a sudden unexplainable engine “shut down”. Examination afterwards shows the shut-down was the result of a scored piston … but why??
    Our testing showed that in many cases these mysterious scored-piston shut-downs are a result of a “more than momentary” lean condition being caused by air entering the fuel pickups when fuel levels are below 1/2 tank. To resolve this problem, we created a fuel/air separator kit that assures an “air free” supply of fuel to the carbs at all times. This kit can be easily fitted to most PWCs and jet-boats, and brings with it improved starting abilities reduced carburetor maintenance, and total elimination of all air bubbles in the fuel lines

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    It can be run on either a twin or tripple the premise is it pumps plenty of fuel and no air and the excess fuel overlies back into th tank

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    New price 100 shipped!

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