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Old 02-28-2013, 09:28 AM   #31
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I like this idea, but it should be $29.95...


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Old 02-28-2013, 11:15 AM   #32
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Has anyone tried one of the splitstream fuel tank sock filter that fits in the filler opening. I did not see one for the 9x0 but I imagine they would make one or one could be adapted to work.


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I haven't tried one, but this looks like the easiest/ cheapest solution to the problem. If it gets clogged, pull it out, shake off the crap and stuff it back in. I may have to look this up and see if it can be made to fit.
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Old 03-01-2013, 10:26 AM   #33
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nothing exact

I emailed Scott at CRF stuff. He has the ADV himself.............but nothing he sells fits.

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I checked on the KTM ADV fitment and the KAWI filter is very close. THe OD is about .010-.020 too large, I ca force it into the tank and it will seat, but the problem is that now the ID is too small for the KTM gas cap to fit into.
It might be possible to remove the flange on the Splitstream, open up the ID someway and figure out a way to retain the filter in the neck of the tank as the flange would have to be removed to prevent leaking.

LMK if that's something you are interested in pursuing and I'll take some pics to further clarify.
Thanks,
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That was the about a month ago.



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I haven't tried one, but this looks like the easiest/ cheapest solution to the problem. If it gets clogged, pull it out, shake off the crap and stuff it back in. I may have to look this up and see if it can be made to fit.
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Old 03-01-2013, 11:18 AM   #34
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CJD 950/990 Adv tank filler filter kit - est release date early April.

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Old 03-01-2013, 11:52 AM   #35
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Terrific CJ, I assume that the bag will help keep gas from splashing out as well during filling. Good job seeing a need and developing a product. I will take two.
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Old 03-06-2013, 01:08 PM   #36
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I emailed Scott at CRF stuff. He has the ADV himself.............but nothing he sells fits.

"LMK if that's something you are interested in pursuing and I'll take some pics to further clarify.
Thanks, "

That was the about a month ago.
This sounds like an easily surmountable problem, assuming there is enough "meat" to allow opening up the ID. If you don't mind, can you PM me his e-mail, I'd like to get some of those photos. I'd be willing to take a dremmel to it...

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CJD 950/990 Adv tank filler filter kit - est release date early April.

More details coming soon.....
Interested...look forward to the details.
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Old 03-07-2013, 01:46 AM   #37
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CJD 950/990 Adv tank filler filter kit - est release date early April.

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Any chance for filter kit for Ned's aux tank as well?
If I'll take the Adv tank filter kit I'll need one for the back as well.
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Old 03-07-2013, 05:43 AM   #38
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Any chance for filter kit for Ned's aux tank as well?
If I'll take the Adv tank filter kit I'll need one for the back as well.
No idea. I don't have one of those here for testing. Easiest and cheapest solution to that would be an inline filter on the transfer line to main tank. That how we setup our rear tanks. It's easy to keep an eye on, and only a few bucks to change out every 10,000 miles.

If anyone has one they want to send in or call with filler neck dimension specs, I could take a look at it.
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Old 03-07-2013, 11:14 AM   #39
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Guys,

Anyone close to Craig willing to help?
Alternatively Ned?
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Old 03-11-2013, 09:50 AM   #40
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fuel 'filtering'

I have not read all these threads so hopefully this isn't something that is one of the items that everyone just 'knows' about.

Does anyone install a filter in the balancer line/cross over line between the two halves (under the battery)? I am thinking just a normal fuel filter. It should then at least filter 1/2 of the fuel going to the fuel pump?
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Old 05-12-2014, 03:55 AM   #41
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Has anyone got a long term report on these purge modules?
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Old 05-12-2014, 04:17 AM   #42
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Has anyone got a long term report on these purge modules?
I've had mine for two years. Filters are tainted but clean. Many thousands of miles around the globe... I have yet to change the filters after installing the purge.
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Old 05-12-2014, 04:22 AM   #43
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I've had mine for two years. Filters are tainted but clean. Many thousands of miles around the globe... I have yet to change the filters after installing the purge.
Thanks very much for the response

Ive got the symptoms of the clogged filters already at 13,500k's so Im thinking about adding the fuel pump purge module on while Im doing filters.

Whats difference between the one that Dalby Moto sells www.dalbymoto.com.au/adventure (about halfway down the page) and the one from www.efipurgemodules.com/ in Qld (CJ's).

Apparently the one from Dalby doesnt need the check valve removed and is a bit more expensive, but which one is better.
I dont mind removing the OEM check valve while Im at it if the other unit is better.
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Old 05-12-2014, 07:13 AM   #44
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I was the first to test CJ's version from Oz.
I'm still running it. The logic behind it was that the check valve restricts the flow of fuel by its diameter. As opposed to the new valve that allows more fuel to back flush the deposits from the filters.
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Old 05-12-2014, 03:08 PM   #45
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There are two types available here in Oz, the CJ's which is the KKA www.efipurgemodules.com which requires removing the check valve from the pump and fitting an alternate one in the fuel line.
Then theres the other one from www.dalbymoto.com.au/adventure (about halfway down the page) which claims to do the same thing but does not require disassembly of the pump or removal of the internal check valve.
Just wondering if anyone can comment on the difference between the units.
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