Compression Ignition Addict
Join Date: Sep 2012
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Yeah, it's going to come out quick if it's not clogged up. It's more of a problem if it isn't flowing well. That means it's gunked up on the inside.
It seemed like mine would continue flowing until the fuel tank emptied, so I cut it off at about 10 ounces or so. Then, give it time to separate. That's a large enough sample in my opinion.
You'll be surprised with the stuff that comes out. I get a lot of sand in my fuel for some reason.
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