You can move your primer to before the RACOR to prime it easier.
Originally Posted by fishingfun
Please post where you find that. I've never seen RACOR/Parker say that except on inboards. I don't want to be at fault if I have a fire on board. http://www.parker.com/literature/Rac...30R_Series.pdf
The Racor 320R-RAC can be used for either inboard or outboard gas applications with flow rates up to 60 GPH.
White powder coated to prevent corrosion
Three 14 - 18 ports; two inlets and one outlet
Use on vacuum side of fuel or transfer pump
320R-RAC-01: clear see-thru plastic bowl for outboard applications only
320R-RAC-02: UL listed metal bowl for inboard and outboard applications
"See-Thru bowls can only be mounted below deck with Outboard Applications. If See-thru bowl is used with an I/O or inboard, the filter must be mounted above deck for USCG approval. Metal bowls can be used for inboard or outboard applications above or below decks."