Our Yamaha EF3000iSEB Extended Run Time Fuel Kit is the safest way to extend the run time of your generator.
Why the Pinellas Power Products Extended Run Fuel System is better and safer than a through the cap system
Product Demonstration Video Installation Instruction Video Fine Tuning and Troubleshooting
All installation instructions for all Pinellas Power Products kits are in an easy to follow step by step video, on a (USB flash-drive) included in each kit. Please take a moment to watch the product videos above to see all the features this product has to offer.
Our Yamaha EF3000iSEB Extended Run Time Fuel Kit was specifically developed to work correctly with the Yamaha EF3000iS / iSE / iSEB. It is not a through the cap, one size fits all, or a gravity feed system. Our kits use an internal fuel pump included in the kit to transfer fuel so the remote tank does not need to be higher than the generator to work correctly. Simply place the remote tank on the ground next to the generator then connect the fuel hose and you are all set. It is very important that you use only the components supplied in the kit, do not mix and match with locally improvised items due to the fact that they may not be 100% compatible and therefore inhibit performance of the kit. We do our best to select the highest quality components for our kits, for example we tested several different brands of prime ball hose before we chose the Yamaha hose due to the fact that it outlast the other brands and it stays more flexible in cold temperatures.
You will never have to shut down your generator to refuel again. Our Yamaha EF3000iSEB Extended Run Time Fuel Kit is designed to alternate from one tank to the next while the generator is still running. Our kit will allow you to alternate between as many tanks of any size you choose. Based on manufacturer fuel consumption claims with a 6 gallon fuel tank you can run a Yamaha EF3000iS/iSEB up to 13 hours at full load or 26 hours at ½ load before alternating to the next fuel tank.
You will never have to risk personal injury again pouring gasoline into a hot generator. With our Extended Run Time Fuel Kit you can just switch to a remote fuel supply more safely at a distance of up to 10 feet away from this generator.
The fuel tank itself is not included in this kit due to the fact that it seems no two customers need the exact same size fuel tank. Here is a link that may help you find the proper sized fuel tank for your needs.
How to use A Fuel Caddy for a Remote Tank Moeller fuel tanks »
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Tyson Bourassa (verified owner) –
I purchased both the remote start and the remote fuel tank kits for my Yamaha ef3000ise. I must say these kits are fantastic and I don’t know how I would do without. We hard mounted the generator in a compartment under our 5th wheel designed for a generator. Shipping was extremely fast even to Canada and video instructions couldn’t have been better! We recommend these kits to anyone.
Neil J Fantacone (verified owner) –
I’m glad I found this kit! My first mistake was buying a run through cap/gravity feed system first. What a disaster that was! I can’t believe people are selling this to people! You can’t use a gravity feed set up on Yamaha! I couldn’t be happier with this fuel system. I run my generator daily. Got 950 hours on it, still going strong! Thank you, Pinellas Power Products!
Neil Fantacone (verified owner) –
I did experience surging and engine stall at higher RPMs. Turned out I had the factory fuel shutoff valve in the ON position. Problem solved after turning to the OFF position.
Neil J Fantacone (verified owner) –
I think i have my surging issue solved. I was experiencing shortage of fuel at higher RPMS. I went over work/plumbing once again. Noticed fuel in the factory tank. 1/4 gal. (It was completely empty when I installed this kit). I took out the T fitting and plumbed it directly into the fuel pump. Bypassing the factory fuel tank. So far so good!
Paul Wolaver –
It sounds like the fuel selector valve in the stock tank is not shutting off all the way, it may be faulty.