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I want to put an in line fuel filter in my 2006 650 v2. Is there anything that I need to know before installing it? Also, I am a little low on antifreeze do I have to use the cat antifreeze, or can I use the green 50/50 mix Peak that I use in my vehicles?
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I want to put an in line fuel filter in my 2006 650 v2. Is there anything that I need to know before installing it?[/b]
Nothing that i can think off other then Don't cut your finger when cutting the fuel line. LOL

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I put the inline filter right above the RR wheel. I also use 50/50 antifreeze. Regular stuff. Nothing special.

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