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Old 01-25-2008, 01:14 PM   #16
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Measured my tank last night...the only thing I had to do it with was a measuring cup and I don't know how accurate they are as it goes in 25 ml increments. My "125 cc" Jammin tank needs 15" of tubing plus a gutted filter to reach the 125 mark on my measuring cup. The more you know....

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GMK makes a fuel measuring cylinder...
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Old 01-25-2008, 04:25 PM   #18
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bigred-- if your tank measures 120 with the K filter your probally right there just run line from the tank to the filter to the nipple dont over do it by wraping it around things and you should be good to go

I had enough tubing to run from the tank to the front of the car. I had an extra loop about the size of a silver dollar before going to the fuel filter.
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I stand corrected on my previous statment.
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A couple of years ago when I won our state traveling series title for 1/8th, I think i was measured at least twice. I'm not sure why, my S7II would get about 5 1/2 minutes to a tank, lol. Its not like I was going 10mn on tank of fuel.
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