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    Default Flame Arrestor vent/fuel feedback tube

    Hey guys,

    My new flame arrestor has a built in port just beneath the element pointing downward(Gaffrig arrestor). Is it critical that I put this vent to use or can I just plug it or even leave it open. I have an open engine bay just trying to minimize hoses/etc. It doesn't seem like a whole lot of guys vent fumes into their flame arrestors around here. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ultrajet View Post
    Hey guys,

    My new flame arrestor has a built in port just beneath the element pointing downward(Gaffrig arrestor). Is it critical that I put this vent to use or can I just plug it or even leave it open. I have an open engine bay just trying to minimize hoses/etc. It doesn't seem like a whole lot of guys vent fumes into their flame arrestors around here. Thanks!
    You Don't need it, No need to plug it either. It's ONLY for closed compartments.

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    If your pump has a vent tube it wouldnt hurt but as stated only needed if your enclosed. Dont plug the vent on the pump though...
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    Great, thanks again guys!

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