Join Date: Jul 2009
Location: Vancouver, BC, Canada
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I didn't say it would run like crap, I said it may have some hickups for the first bit until all the air gets out. And yes, every filter change does allow air in. One of the reasons most guy eliminate it. ITs junk. 500 miles is a lot, I agree, but if air gets in, it can take that long to get out. Another reason the return systems were invented, and fixed this issue. Air isn't an issue, I just didn't want the guy making a new post saying it blows white smoke in the morning when he starts it and he thinks its broke. When its just a bit of air in the fuel system. Just a precautionary note so the OP doesn't panic. No need to get your undies in a knot.
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