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ATL Fuel Bladder Connection

Old 09-28-2015, 10:10 AM
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I get a ton of pm's regarding the fuel bladder on my Yellowfin. I made this short video showing the fuel line setup to the Yamaha filters. It works awesome as you do not need any pumps onboard and it empty's the bladder on the way offshore. Fishing the gulf requires a good run and the only thing you can control is fuel onboard. When things get rough you want the fuel to be able to push home and the ATL Fuel locker is a great solution! Pack your food and safety gear and have fun! - Brian
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I uploaded a new video link that works
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While pulling fuel from the bladders do you run the motors until they die out, or do you always just leave a bit a fuel in the bladder? Just curious if you run the motor till it quits....
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Originally Posted by BiggTuna View Post
While pulling fuel from the bladders do you run the motors until they die out, or do you always just leave a bit a fuel in the bladder? Just curious if you run the motor till it quits....
I did with my Yamaha motors many times. I know the Mercury motors do not like running out like this so I would recommend just cracking open the boats fuel line when you get low.

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