sitting for hours is no problem for my either diffrent bars plus a mustang seatOnce I changed the bars I could do 200 miles easy before needing a stretch. I also have a removable drink holder so I can stay hydrated. Plus I'm always "that guy" who has to stop first and have a lot of range anxiety on long trips. I'd be happy with a steady 150 miles before the light goes on. Stopping every 90-100 makes a trip take forever.
I think all that would do would pressurize the air in the tank and greatly increase the risk of vapor lock. Not sure how it would push the fluid up. Also, you'd have to have a lot of pressure to get the fuel to go up in a reasonable amount of time.carvedup;648474/ said:I have a possible solution to eliminating a second fuel pump. If you could pressurize the aux tank using a small air pump and force a small stream of fuel up a vent line into the main tank to add more fuel to that tank when needed. You would do this when the low fuel light came on to be sure not to over fill the main tank.
A second fuel tank in the area of the goat belly would have a separate filler neck. Pressurizing that tank and forcing the fuel up in a small stream would be simple and safe. You could also drain the tank because you don't need a fuel pump in the tank. The only other thing I can think of is that you would have to vent the main tank cap to allow more air to escape.
What do you people think? Am I missing something? It seems workable.... Kind of like the old petcock reserve.