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    Fuel/Water separator

    Has anyone installed and using a fuel/water separator on their GPR? If so, what did you go with?

    Was thinking of just using the ones Polaris has on their watercraft but I would need to install 2 as they only flow 19gph and I need more than that...thanks!


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    http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=109939

    It will flow a tripple pipe big bore no problem!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by scittb View Post
    http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=109939

    It will flow a tripple pipe big bore no problem!!
    That is a vapor separator not a water separator.

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    oops sorry

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    Carbed GPR's have a water/fuel separator. I wonder if it would work???

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    Quote Originally Posted by fullboogie View Post
    Carbed GPR's have a water/fuel separator. I wonder if it would work???
    The carbed GPR's have a water separator on the vent in line. The Polaris one is inline with the fuel in to the carbs.

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    Lightbulb

    The vapor separator is a good idea, I wonder why a pwc are not equiped with them from the factory?

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    My converted GPR still has a vapor separator on it (gas tank vent line) but I don't understand it's purpose. Does it have something to do with the old Fuel Injection system...does the gas tank fuel sender need it? It would be a good location to put a fuel/water separator. I'm pulling gas from the stock gas tank sender. As for the fuel/water separator, it looks like I will have to find some aftermarket one.

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    let us know what you find. I would like to put one on on both of my skis

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    The vapor separator is for when your fuel tank is starting to get low and when you go over a wake or hard turns and the fuel gets thrown to one side of the tank and the carbs dont suck in air. It keeps a constant pressure to the carbs so you dont get that chance of a lean condition with a low tank of fuel.

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