Inline fuel filter orientation and NGK B7HS

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  1. Jeco

    Jeco New Member

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    Good day to all,

    As people here suggested to have an inline fuel filter, I bought one. But as I've searched this site and googled, I got confused on the orientation as I see different shapes and elements on them.

    So I am asking for help on this regard. Attached is what my filter looks like. Which end is for the tank and for the carb line?

    I've also looked for an NGK B6HS but it was not available at the stores I've been, Instead I've bought an NGK B7HS hoping that my low end will be smoother than with the stock plug I have on my HT. B7HS is ok with HT right?

    Mabuhay!pino.
     

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  2. Dave31

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    The white plastic goes towards the carb, the clear part of the filter goes to the fuel tank. There should be an arrow to point direction of fuel flow.
     
  3. Jeco

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    It's not really the exact filter I have but it does have very similar build.
    Noticed the arrow just now on the pic, mine don't have an arrow on it.
     
  4. Jeco

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    Thank you so much for the quick reply Dave, very much appreciated.

    Is B7HS fine with HT by the way?

    Thanks again.
     
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    Yes, the B7hs should work just fine.
     
  6. Jeco

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    Again, thank you so much for you fast response Dave.
     
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    I got this filter for about 50 cents and the plug for about $2, good deal I think.
     
  8. r00t4rd3d

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    You get what you pay for and live with the result.
     

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