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Offline big kawi

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desert feul stops
« on: April 13, 2010, 03:34:15 PM »
hi fellas im trying to figrure out my feul stops,in a up comeing western australian  desert race,consisting of sandy river beds,and long dirt roads 5ookm race. on a kx 450 , gearing 14 -42 ,11 ltr tank , over 2 days,day 1 is 187 km,feul stops are 43 km from start next is 93 km from start 50 km from previous,next is 131 from start 38km from previous,next is 187 from start 56km from previous.day 1 is mostly dirt roads and some sandy riverbed crossings.so there it is can enyone help with what feul stops and how mutch fuel .

Offline dirtjunkie85

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Re: desert feul stops
« Reply #1 on: May 20, 2010, 11:00:02 AM »
im not sure for the amount of fuel but one of my favorite tricks is to bore a bigger hole in the top of your gas can and install a much bigger pipe to pour the gas. also drill out the vent hole and install a small stiff tube with holes drilled in it and run it all the way to the bottom of the gas tank. it will pour gas almost as quick as a quick fill for way less price.

Offline ewilly

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Re: desert feul stops
« Reply #2 on: August 02, 2019, 04:07:29 PM »
Carrying gas is like carrying ammo in the battle.   You can never have to much.