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Removing the fuel tank

I don't have a service manual so I have a few questions regarding removal of the tank. How do I stop the fuel from pouring out when I disconnect the lines. Has anyone ever installed quick disconnects on the lines.
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Re: Removing the fuel tank

drain the tank first......also you can send me a pm and i'll give you a site where you can down load the service manual for free, can't post it here though ,as mods won't allow it .
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drain the tank first......also you can send me a pm and i'll give you a site where you can down load the service manual for free, can't post it here though ,as mods won't allow it .
Likely because it is illegal and you are stealing

The rest of the info is accurate though. And yes I installed a quick disconnect on the return side for my RC (plan on doing both but needed to get stuff bolted up for the track)

Must obey the sheep dog
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Re: Removing the fuel tank

When i was taking my bike apart, I took zip ties and bent the lines and zip tied them to stop the gas... hope that helps..
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Likely because it is illegal and you are stealing

The rest of the info is accurate though. And yes I installed a quick disconnect on the return side for my RC (plan on doing both but needed to get stuff bolted up for the track)

But if I own it and I let him take a peek, that should be ok right?
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But if I own it and I let him take a peek, that should be ok right?
Of course that is sharing something you own. However posting a PDF on the web for the world is theft from the author and discourages people from writing stuff.

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Likely because it is illegal and you are stealing

The rest of the info is accurate though. And yes I installed a quick disconnect on the return side for my RC (plan on doing both but needed to get stuff bolted up for the track)

You are one angry Sheep , relax........ .......besides, you have never heard of Free Software Downloads and Software Reviews - Download.com ? It's a legal web site that shares all kind of software - for free.....imagine that huh
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