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Suggestions for inline fuel filter

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  • Suggestions for inline fuel filter

    What's up guys - glad to see BB is still going.

    Can anyone recommend a good inline fuel filter for a Goped? I am thinking about removing the stock fuel filter that's buried in the gas tank and replacing it with an external unit. This way, the filter can be changed without messing around with the goofy fuel line system that these scooter use.

    Thanks!

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    Don’t buy from weak *** gomeyer but I use these

    http://www.gomeyer.com/rc-cars-scoot...ter-p-226.html

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      Hahaha sounds good. I think Dave's has that exact same filter. I want to eliminate the tank filter so I can start running a mix of VP 110 and pump gas.

      I'm curious what is actually inside that billet filter - like cotton or something? I guess there's one way to find out. I've also seen people on here talk about using the "crap trap" from DDM with cotton stuffed inside.

      Anyways, just trying to get away from the in-tank filter it's such a pain to fish out of there and replace.

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