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    EFI GPR fuel tank vs Carb Model

    Using a GPR EFI Fuel Tank for a Conversion VS Carburated Model.
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    A little FYI new they are $107 at boats.net and $12 to ship to the NE
    F1G-U7711-00-00TANK, FUEL$144.36$107.82

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerdart View Post
    A little FYI new they are $107 at boats.net and $12 to ship to the NE
    F1G-U7711-00-00TANK, FUEL$144.36$107.82
    Good find. I know someone else up there that needs one as well. I was hoping that WFO would come through for me so that I could save on shipping. He is going to see what he has.

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    or just get the rxp tank and do it right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hydrotoys View Post
    or just get the rxp tank and do it right.
    What does that mean?

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    I assumed you were doing a conversion. The rxp tank doesn't require fitting the fuel sending unit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hydrotoys View Post
    I assumed you were doing a conversion. The rxp tank doesn't require fitting the fuel sending unit.
    I am. The GPR tank doesnt require fitting the gas tank straps or the filler neck. The only reason that I even tried it on the conversion that I am building at the moment is because thats all that I had. I got the engine, electrical and fuel pump from a dealership but they didnt have a fuel tank. I had the tank out of my wifes '06 so I didnt really have a choice since I TRY to do everything on a budget. That doesnt mean that I cut corners, it means that I try to make due with what I have. Duke was very skeptical as well, but since he had the same thing that I had he tried it and even called me and was overwhelmed at how easy it is to do the conversion.

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    Make sure the sending unit bottoms out in the gpr tank. My testing showed it did NOT, which over time will allow the filter to fall off.

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    Mark, were you trying the EFI tank or the carbed tank?

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    Can't remember. Are they different heights?

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