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    750sx oil/gas tanks

    Hi, I have a 93 750sx and it has the oil injection shut-off with the oil tank still inside. I was wondering if there was any way to connect the oil and gas tanks to allow me to put more gas in it since the oil tank is just sitting there empty. Any ideas?
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    Re: 750sx oil/gas tanks

    It has been done before. Just not by me..
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    Re: 750sx oil/gas tanks

    Run a line from the oil tank to the vent outlet on the fuel pickup assembly. It will vent throught the oil tank lid. As long as the seals are good on the fuel tank lid and the oil tank lid it will draw all of the fuel out of the oil tank. As the fuel goes out of the main tank the fuel from the small tank will replace it right away, so to tell if it's working correctly go have some fun and then check to see if it ran the fuel out of the oil tank. I've been running mine that way for a couple of years now and I like the little bit extra. It puts it at just over 5 gallons.

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    Re: 750sx oil/gas tanks

    Quote Originally Posted by houtchens View Post
    Run a line from the oil tank to the vent outlet on the fuel pickup assembly. It will vent throught the oil tank lid. As long as the seals are good on the fuel tank lid and the oil tank lid it will draw all of the fuel out of the oil tank. As the fuel goes out of the main tank the fuel from the small tank will replace it right away, so to tell if it's working correctly go have some fun and then check to see if it ran the fuel out of the oil tank. I've been running mine that way for a couple of years now and I like the little bit extra. It puts it at just over 5 gallons.
    Thanks for the tip. I'll try it, too.
    5 gallons is a decent amount if you ask me.
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