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    2nd fuel/water seperator

    hey guys, just doin some thinkin about my ski and i was wondering if this would pose a problem. i cant think of why it would but i think i remember someone mentioning it wouldnt be a good idea...ok, im using a dual fuel pickup and im in need of a spot to place the second water seperator. i would go right behind the oem seperator, but i placed the choke there. would it be ok to put the 2nd one somewhere around the hole of the oil fill? this would mean itd be on the opposite side of the steering column and means the fuel would have to travel a bit farther. is this going to be a problem? or should i find a way to make it work on the side of the oem seperator?


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    I really do not see a problem with doing that.

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    You mean something like this! Hey...good to see you back on the boards...I guess school has been keeping you busy!
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    That looks saweet with those dual seperators like that.
    I would think the only reason not wanting the second unit would be the needed draw to suck the fuel through the system, maybe to large a load on the pump??. If you are using two seperate pumps on two seperate lines I think it's a great idea.

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    I should mention the pic is not of my watercraft...it's a pic from CrazyA on a X-45 he did.

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    And the Pro 1200. Something like this could spark a debate, so I'll just say that WE have NEVER had a problem with either setup. Your mileage may vary!!!

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    Your mileage may vary
    Hey, that's my line!

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    yep thats exactly what its going to look like.

    yeah school has been keeping me more than busy, not only that but im working almost 30 hours a week also....tryin to save some money to actually do this project right once summer comes i might have enough cash to just buy some new cases if i can find any instead of finding and welding the remaining 5-6 pin holes/cracks that are causing me to fail my leakdown tests.

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