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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 08-21-2006, 10:09 AM Thread Starter
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For the track rider that already has everything

This is cool:

http://www.pegasusautoracing.com/pro...asp?RecId=5450

But I'll just lift the can up and pour for that much $$

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post #2 of 17 (permalink) Old 08-21-2006, 10:28 AM
 
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Or just give someone $5 each time to do it for you. It'll take over 30 fill ups before you break even with what you'd pay for that thing.
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post #3 of 17 (permalink) Old 08-21-2006, 10:32 AM
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i guess its only meant for those that wont bat an eyelash at blowing that much..., although i've done that much damage just going to best buy sometimes haha...and i dont even have anything left to show for it

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post #4 of 17 (permalink) Old 08-21-2006, 10:40 AM
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i guess its only meant for thats that wont bat an eyelash at blowing that much..., although i've done that much damage just going to best buy sometimes haha...and i dont even have anything left to show for it
Does anyone else have a clue what this means.... ??????

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post #5 of 17 (permalink) Old 08-21-2006, 10:43 AM
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it means Wink will have two of these before Blackhawk next month
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huh?..meant i've spent lots of money on something stupid at best-buy, so it wouldnt be odd i guess if you were a track-junky to do it on this....

jongu..you suck!! i didnt think it sounded bad..

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ohh nm, i'll edit the 'thats' to those..maybe it'll make more sense

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huh?..meant i've spent lots of money on something stupid at best-buy, so it wouldnt be odd i guess if you were a track-junky to do it on this....

jongu..you suck!! i didnt think it sounded bad..
that's what I got out of it but Jon Gu.. he's one of them Oree En tell types so he don't understand so good.
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ohh nm, i'll edit the 'thats' to those..maybe it'll make more sense
ahahhhhhhh makes sense now

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is that how that's spelled? learn something new everyday
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post #11 of 17 (permalink) Old 08-21-2006, 11:05 AM
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For $160?!?!

Hell no! ! !

If you can't lift a five gallon fuel jug while putting a rag on your tank, you may not need to be out at the track.

You're obviously delicate and should just stay home and rest.

$160?! I still can't get over that!

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Seems we had a thread around here, with a similar product, but was in the $20 range
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Seems we had a thread around here, with a similar product, but was in the $20 range
Labdog has a pump from Harbor Freight and swears by it.
Its not that sophisticated but seemed to work fine. Its not the lifting as much as it is the spilling I think

http://www.harborfreight.com/cpi/cta...temnumber=6498

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i'm thinking that it's expensive because it can pump in either direction, unlike cheaper ones. Although do you need to empty your tank often?

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it means Wink will have two of these before Blackhawk next month
Actually, I have quite a few Pegasus products already. FWIW, I like the cans that I have now, but the big benefit of this system is the REMOVAL of fuel from your system. I have a far cheaper and better solution; the Safety Siphon http://www.supersiphon.com/ which allows me to drain my bikes in just a few minutes with next to zero effort, none of that cranking crap like this manual pump.

I did originally look at a trailer that had a 50 gallon fuel tank and an electric pump that had a handle on it just like a gas station... but alas, I got a different trailer.

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I did originally look at a trailer that had a 50 gallon fuel tank and an electric pump that had a handle on it just like a gas station... but alas, I got a different trailer.
Yeah, you really cheaped out on that heap!

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i'm thinking that it's expensive because it can pump in either direction, unlike cheaper ones. Although do you need to empty your tank often?
I empty my tank in the KWS bike after each day it is used. Can't leave Race Fuel in a bike.

Other than that, I remove pump gas on a regular basis when I remove my tank, work on the fuel pump, or send things out for paint.

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