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Old 02 April 2013, 04:42   #1
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what size is your tank

as my tornado has small hole thinking what size tank put back ?
did have 400 lts but did run twin 90 honda "s
so dont you think 200 is enoughf ?
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Old 02 April 2013, 06:42   #2
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400 litres is a lot of weight of fuel! Saying that, if I remember correctly my Ballistic would have 2x225 litre tanks if it was rigged with twins.

I'm pretty sure all I have is 225 litres.
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as my tornado has small hole thinking what size tank put back ?
did have 400 lts but did run twin 90 honda "s
so dont you think 200 is enoughf ?

i have a 91ltr and a 40ltr set up,on a 150

my Atl 21 was a twin 120ltr set up, running a 200 2 stroke V6 merc, was good enougth for me but long distances may be an issue depending how its used, in anger or not,

allways prefferd the option of carrying spare fuel as opposed to a huge bloody tank taking up so much space, and the weight if you did fill it christ No. and the cost
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My tank holds 120lt, so just enough to get to Ireland and back if sensible with throttle, that counts me out.
I agree with Nugent and just carry extra if neccessary.
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errr...in my 5 metre, fitted with a 90hp, .... 200 litres, under the deck is all fuel tank.
thinking about another tank for the suicide seat so I dont have all my fuel (eggs) in one basket....its an odd size - only 220mm wide, 380mm high, 710mm long. may get another 50 litres in a tank that size if I can find one.
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400 litres is a lot of weight of fuel! Saying that, if I remember correctly my Ballistic would have 2x225 litre tanks if it was rigged with twins.

I'm pretty sure all I have is 225 litres.
Its a hell of a lot if its on deck and not under deck - must do odd things to the handling ?
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Its a hell of a lot if its on deck and not under deck - must do odd things to the handling ?
i thought this when i saw his pic posted earlyer looks bloody huge to be sat on the deck, just looks so bloody wrong
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I got 150L underdeck and 90 L under console tank.

Plenty for me!

Still painfull when I have to fill it.
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I have a notional 160l under deck ( though only usually manage to get 140l in) and then 25l emergency in the console
Used 250 litres on my little jaunt out of Oban this weekend
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i thought this when i saw his pic posted earlyer looks bloody huge to be sat on the deck, just looks so bloody wrong
I looked at this picture earlier and never twigged that that was a fuel tank, I blame lack of sleep.

It certainly looks a bit numb.
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225ltrs (Undrerdeck Stainless) on my 6.8 and 250 DF Works pretty well
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600 ltr under deck tank and a abused credit card......................lol
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i have a 91ltr and a 40ltr set up,on a 150

my Atl 21 was a twin 120ltr set up, running a 200 2 stroke V6 merc, was good enougth for me but long distances may be an issue depending how its used, in anger or not,

allways prefferd the option of carrying spare fuel as opposed to a huge bloody tank taking up so much space, and the weight if you did fill it christ No. and the cost
Yo Ed, where is the 40L tank stored on the humber if you don't mind me asking?

Hope you get better soon!

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70 Litres under the deck and normally carry 60 Litres up front in jerry cans.
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325 litres under deck
I hate carrying spare cans on deck and had 25 litres leak from one on the old rib
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Yo Ed, where is the 40L tank stored on the humber if you don't mind me asking?

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in front lower section of console with switch over valve
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100 litres under the deck and 140 litres on deck, just put it on. Doesn't seem to have affected handling although I wonder if I empty the underfloor tank first if it will.

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