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    DIY RRFPR question

    Has anyone ever used this top to a Seadoo NA gas tank? I know its rough looking but if its possible to use it then I will clean it up. Thoughts?
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    not sure how you are setting it up. But you can leave the stock regulator alone and use it as a return line. and drill a hole on the side on the tank on the back part. for the hose coming from the fuel pump that will go into your fuel rail.

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    My thought was to remove the 215 regulator and install this one. One line it psi other is a return

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    nah bro you can use the 215 as a return.
    WFO has a build thread on a conversion and he has lots of pics.

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    What you are using is from the mid 90's. You can use that one. BeerDart posted about his a long time ago. I did the DIY method and went with the Riva adapter for 75.00. It was a great purchase...

    I can send you pics if you would like....

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    I hate the new search function MSRXP can you find a post where he used it and explined how to make it work? I think I have it figured out just want to be 100% sure.

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    So will this work or not?

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    Yes...

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    MSrxp, if you could send me some pics and a quick explanation of how to do it, it'd be much appreciated

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    Quote Originally Posted by monaroman76 View Post
    MSrxp, if you could send me some pics and a quick explanation of how to do it, it'd be much appreciated
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