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Old 10 September 2004, 04:58   #1
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Water/Fuel Seperator on 2stoke Yamaha - yes or no?

Getting mixed opinions, from a few people - shall I bother?
enigne is a 2 stroke 60 Yamaha PTT - whats the chance of water getting in the system?

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Old 10 September 2004, 05:00   #2
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I had one fitted........

........as standard when I bought my Zodiac Med I with a Yam 70 on the tail. I never had any problems what so ever. Better safe than sorry for the small cost involved in fitting and maintaining the same.
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Old 10 September 2004, 05:01   #3
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Yes get one .. if it saves you from loosing power on just one occasion it's been worth it. They don't cost much, far cheaper than a rescue!
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Old 10 September 2004, 05:03   #4
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I agree with the chaps. I reckon the chances of you getting water in your fuel system are the same as for any of us. Better safe than sorry!
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great thanks - thats sorted then
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I have been looking at this, have a look here [email]sales@bosunsmate.co.uk they have some may be of use.
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Could you send me the link to that piece of kit. I'm interested in getting a water seperator.

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Could you send me the link to that piece of kit. I'm interested in getting a water seperator.

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Old 10 September 2004, 10:23   #9
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Sorry what i ment to put was www.bosunsmate.co.uk i'm no good at this link thing if you can't find it pm me your number and i can call you

too late Nick got there first (must be slow in the shop )
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Sorry what i ment to put was www.bosunsmate.co.uk i'm no good at this link thing if you can't find it pm me your number and i can call you

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