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    Race fuel transport / dispense at track

    Hey guys,

    I have a 5 gallon pail of MS109 and was wondering what people are using to transport to and use at track utility jug / funnel / other?

    Wish list

    -easy to dispense no spillage (5-gallon pail into jug? or jug into car)
    -no fumes, container sealed
    -ability to measure volume would be nice
    -approved at the track

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    I this exact red gas jug when I took e85 and 100 octane to the track. Had a funnel as well and just filled it up with a buddy. It takes like 5 minutes for the 5 gallon jug, it's really slow lol.

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    Thanks, overall are you happy with it besides the speed.

    Does it have graduated marks on the other side?

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    I just use a basic funnel, no prob.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by bv1 Click here to enlarge
    Thanks, overall are you happy with it besides the speed.

    Does it have graduated marks on the other side?
    Yes, it has marks on the other side to easily see how much you have used etc. And yes, I love it for 17$ dollars it's cheap and saves a lot of space in it's shape. I use a funnel and just pour it in, I don't use the fitting it comes with. That fitting is a piece of crap.
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    Go to an ATV/Motocross/Watercraft retailer, they usually sell 5 gal and larger jugs for gas. I actually might buy some crazy one for E85 that holds 10 gals & has an "anti-overflow" nozzle so I don't make a mess.
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    Thanks guys, settled on a basic funnel with a very large mouth and a built in filter.

    Now I just need to find one.

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    OK, below is what I decided to go with ~ $35


    The container is 'military style' heavy duty and the nozzle has a filter.
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