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    tested on the weekend and it works as expected totally emptied the rear tank before the main


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    nice set up, but i prefer the simplicity of mine over not having to touch it at all, ie no 12v pump needed

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    Here is how I did mine. Mouse over the pictures to see more details and a bill of materials at the end you can download if you wish. It is 12 gallons and does not change the handling of the ski at all. I uninstalled the pump and put it on a Ultra 300 (blue like yours) my friend was riding from Florida to Bimini. Worked flawlessly in rough conditions when racks were breaking apart, and straps were constantly coming lose. http://www.iwannajetski.com/#!ski-mods

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    carrying extra fuel the easy way

    The one advantage that I see Vince's having is the ability to put gas in someone else's ski. That being said, I'm guessing that in a pinch, you could just unbuckle and tip either one into another ski!

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    carrying extra fuel the easy way

    Quote Originally Posted by capndik View Post
    The one advantage that I see Vince's having is the ability to put gas in someone else's ski. That being said, I'm guessing that in a pinch, you could just unbuckle and tip either one into another ski!
    The fact that aux tank in Corey's setup empties first
    Means that he will not have to lend fuel to someone else
    By the time they are needing fuel
    Corey's extra is all in the main tank
    So if your riding with Corey bring plenty extra for your self


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    love your way of thinking kev

    Quote Originally Posted by fx160 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by capndik View Post
    The one advantage that I see Vince's having is the ability to put gas in someone else's ski. That being said, I'm guessing that in a pinch, you could just unbuckle and tip either one into another ski!
    The fact that aux tank in Corey's setup empties first
    Means that he will not have to lend fuel to someone else
    By the time they are needing fuel
    Corey's extra is all in the main tank
    So if your riding with Corey bring plenty extra for your self

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    Us 300x owners don't share anyway Kev, we just point and laugh, you know that

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    Re: carrying extra fuel the easy way

    Quote Originally Posted by capndik View Post
    The one advantage that I see Vince's having is the ability to put gas in someone else's ski. That being said, I'm guessing that in a pinch, you could just unbuckle and tip either one into another ski!
    Giving you the ability to "pass gas" I guess...

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    mal i think you need one

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    True. It might help slow me down so the FZR owners can keep up. I already put on a little more weight myself to help them, but it's not enough. I'll having to carry extra fuel.

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