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Old 11-02-2008, 01:40 AM   #16
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Actually, you should go back to a longer line and possibly a high volume inline filter. The reason isn't run time on your wheels, it's run time on you roof. If you flip onto your lid with less than a full tank then your engine can/will flame out if it takes too long to get to it. Having a big ol' filter stores a little bit of fuel for the engine to run on while it's upside down.
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The only reason I run longer fuel line is to give the marshalls a chance to get to my car after it has flipped before it runs out of fuel.
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