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    deep fuel pick up

    is it the same part on 300 as 250's ?
    thanks


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    yes but i wouldnt bother it

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    What do you mean?
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    yes but i wouldnt bother it

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    used it in my previous skis but found I can empty this one without installing it..

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    Ok thanks, to late for me ,it's already installed
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    used it in my previous skis but found I can empty this one without installing it..

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    it works fine but found its not really needed nothing has changed from 2007

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    Ok so it's the same setup from previous years, thanks
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    it works fine but found its not really needed nothing has changed from 2007

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    If you want the last half gallon if not and you should never be that low it's not needed.

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    funny, if you get stranded 10 miles from shore, you might feel different.
    I seem to remember it was a lot more than half a gallon that was left in the bottom of the tank that is unreachable with the stock setup.
    This is a worthwhile mod that may save your day more than a few times and don't forget about bending the bar a bit so the low fuel alarm won't go off prematurely while you have the unit apart .
    This deep fuel pickup is a MUST for any serious long distance cruiser or racer.

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    well I class myself as a serious offshore rider, all my trips all fuel is used I can assure you the little that is left isn't going to get you that much further if you run it that low. each to there own but I would never class it as a must have mod..i also wouldn't bend the bar as its pretty well documented when it alarms to how much fuel you have left..once again do what you will

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