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Old 07-04-2012, 09:00 AM   #1
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2 fuel filter in 1 line??

so im working on an old fz600 tank...did all i can do to remove the rust inside the tank...but still not confident enough to put the tank on to test...so a thought has come...i was thinking of putting 2 different fuel filters on 1 fuel line....1 filter would be a brass filter and the other would be a paper filter....but im not sure if this would cause the fuel to run slowly on the line and make the motor run too lean.....any thoughts? thanks!
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Is it vacuum or gravity fed?
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I don't see an issue, but monitor the filters in a regular basis. Also, I'm sure the brass filter is the kind that can be taken apart, right?
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I don't see an issue, but monitor the filters in a regular basis. Also, I'm sure the brass filter is the kind that can be taken apart, right?
yes its reusable and ill eventually be using the brass as my filter when the tank is safe to use...i just wanted an extra fine filtration that a paper filter gives but like INFINITE said "JUST DO IT"
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