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Old 11 February 2011, 08:39   #31
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Will in line canister filters remove water? I have a metal filter which looks like a large oil filter for a car engine. will this type of filter remove water?

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Yes. The glass-bowl versions are better as they allow you to see the sediment/water which hopefully prompts you change it. You can empty contents and top up with fresh fuel. Needs to be cleaned/changed at least annually.
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Old 11 February 2011, 11:35   #32
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Will in line canister filters remove water? I have a metal filter which looks like a large oil filter for a car engine. will this type of filter remove water?

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Suppose it depends on the actual filter element, but many water separators are solid metal canisters. The stock Yamaha one is an example:
http://www.simyamaha.com/Yamaha_Fuel...uelf-il-tr.htm

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