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    Registered User Array
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    1994 Ninja 250

    In-tank Fuel Filters

    Hey Everyone

    I am in the process of cleaning out the fuel system in my 1994 Ninja 250 and when cleaning the petcock I had to remove the two filters at the top of it that sit in the gas tank with the petcock installed. They got cracked and I figured I should get new ones but they seem to only be available as part of the petcock itself.

    My questions are: Will an inline filter after the petcock be enough filtration? If I still should have something in the gas tank, what alternatives would I have other than the small tubes that were on the petcock before? Thanks
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    Registered User Array bandito's Avatar
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    You choice is to replace the entire petcock, or put an inline filter in... which will absolutely be adequate.
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    Registered User Array Mechannibalism's Avatar
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    It will work fine exept it will always be on reserve, even when is's turned to "on" and it will not protect the petcock from crap that can damage the rubber valve.
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