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Hi SF,

Here's some info on EZ-Fuel System - when installed allows you to pump gas right out your vehicle.

As a result, you don't need to carry a gas can anymore and always have filtered gasoline wherever you go.

EZ-Fuel System has been used by road services since 2002 - this is the first time it's available to non-commercial buyers.

To learn more click on our banner or this link

http://www.nomoregascans.com

Let me know if you have questions

Jay

PS EZ-Fuel is backordered - but we do have enough units in stock for promotions. If you order - will send it right away - mention FS and they will give you an instant $50 rebate.

PPS We're also looking for distributors and installers - PM me for more info.[attachment=53978]
 

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I have a question. Would this product work if my vehicle was carbuerated instead of EFI?
 

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Originally posted by Spike440
[br]I have a question. Would this product work if my vehicle was carbuerated instead of EFI?
The answer is yes - however, you'll need special installation instructions.

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I would be intrested in trying one out... I am always hauling fuel to the lake house for the water toys.
 

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Originally posted by bwinkler
[br]I would be intrested in trying one out... I am always hauling fuel to the lake house for the water toys.
Absolutely,

we actually have one guy who runs a business refueling water toys.

Plus, you're getting filtered gas - so your toys perform better.

When you order, make a note you're from snowmobilefanatics (or PM me) - they'll send you $50 rebate.

Jay
 

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How well do the hoses hold up in the extreme cold temps? Looks to be a cool idea and could be very handy.
 

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Originally posted by DuxHuntin
[br]How well do the hoses hold up in the extreme cold temps? Looks to be a cool idea and could be very handy.
The system is designed to sustain both extreme cold and extreme heat. The gas hose is thermo-isolated (hose within a hose)

All the materials are the highest quality and being used on road service vehicles around the country

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Good idea but wouldn't it take fuel pressure away from the vehicle and cause it to run poorly when pumping?

Also it would take like 10 minutes to fill up a sled. I mean thats all fine and dandy when you HAVE to fill up but who wants to wait that long all the time. The average fuel pump pumps like 1-2 gpm. And that isn't the amount that is going to go through the hose. Beacuse your vehicle requires some if not most of that pressure while it is running. Good idea but it should come with a different fuel pump and should be connected right to the tank. You would just have to connect a relay that controls a solenoid valve to the ignition that way you would still need keys to make the system work. And you could also make it flow quite a but faster.

Just a thought.
 

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Good question. It uses the excess capasity only, thus, it does not affect the engine running.

The way it's designed, the excess capacity is enough to pump gas at 1-3 gallon/minute (depending on the engine)

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^^^^^^^^
Gotta agree with him there, Theres a real good reason that "Pretty Much All" modern Car's and Truck's have a Return Line in the fuel system's. The fuel pump's actually pump more fuel than the vehicle need's to run properly.
 

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Yes most do have a return line. But most NEW as in being produced as of now. Like the last year or so don't have a return line anymore.
 

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Originally posted by Festus33
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Gotta agree with him there, Theres a real good reason that "Pretty Much All" modern Car's and Truck's have a Return Line in the fuel system's. The fuel pump's actually pump more fuel than the vehicle need's to run properly.
Exactly,

when you vehicle runs idle - it just pumps gas back into your tank at a pretty high rate
 

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Originally posted by Powerage
[br]Yes most do have a return line. But most NEW as in being produced as of now. Like the last year or so don't have a return line anymore.
You don't need to have a return line to install EZ-Fuel System.

EZ-Fuel has been installed on road service vehicles both old and new.

When you order EZ-Fuel System - it comes with a set of connectors that would fit any vehicle.

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Once you install it on your car or truck - anytime you need gas for your sled - you pump it right out of your truck.

It's a fresh / filtered gasoline - convinient - no spills, no smell - and you don't need to carry a gas can with you.
 

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^^^ Is that a serious question??
 

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no it wasnt i deleted it though
 

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k ^ ^ i was gonna say not much of anything you buy will help you there.

The idea sounds great to me though pulling up to a pump isnt that hard. Less your out at your camp then seems useful.
 

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Originally posted by TheJcode
[br]k ^ ^ i was gonna say not much of anything you buy will help you there.

The idea sounds great to me though pulling up to a pump isnt that hard. Less your out at your camp then seems useful.
no what will help you there is a bunch of friends
 

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Sounds like the pump will be easier for me. Last thing I want to carry around is more hoses and other stuff.
 
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