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    Air separator install

    These pictures and instructions were provided by OzarkGPR (Mike S) - Thanks

    The canister and the 1st fuel pump were mounted using the mounting bolts for the cowling. Longer bolts were used in place of the OEM bolts. A stick on connector with a zip tie was also use on the canister. the 2nd fuel pump required some addition holes to be drilled.

    The pulse lines for the 2 external fuel lines were T'd into the OEM lines. It is best to keep the pulse lines as short as possible.

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    Smackwave provided these comments - thanks

    Smackwave provided these comments - thanks

    "I installed the fuel pump just behind the bracket that holds the cowling on and as high as possible, then snake the lines in an S-bend to the canister which is mounted in the hollow where the footwell meets the hood. Instead of bolts through the hull I siliconed zip-tie mounts to the hull, much like the stock zip-tie mounts for routing wiring and hoses. The canister is mounted with two zip ties above the bond line, with about a third of it hanging below the bond line. This was the best way I found for keeping the fuel pump out of the stock pipe's way, and keeping the pulse line a foot long and an uphill path from the case.

    This also made running the fuel and return lines pretty simple. I ran the "on" line to the primer and the "reserve" line to the fuel pump using the same path high on the right side of the hull. The primer lines from the primer pump then run down the canister along with the "air" line from the canister, and join the output fuel line from the canister. The "air" line T's into the return line there, and the primer and fuel lines run to the carbs with the return line."

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    Very nice.
    For onboard pumps I mounted my Novi unit across the fairing support. This works with any pickup, including single. This is shown with the throttle
    linkage at the bottom. If you routinely run your tank low, this is a nice feature. Once you are out of gas, you are OUT of gas. There is no limping
    back to the dock.




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