Hmmm... That's odd... I can get down to close to the empty mark and trip the LOW FUEL light...Unless your going for A LOT of fuel then the Draw Straw is completly unessasary...and its a PITA to get to the bottom of the tank and you gotta worry about running low on fuel...and no you do not have to drop the tank to install the Raptor...you'll like it, i like mine a lot!
Yea, thats true...I know of a way to get it down on the bottom perfect!!!! but like you said if it sloshes and its low thats not a good combo...Hmmm... That's odd... I can get down to close to the empty mark and trip the LOW FUEL light...
It all about how you install it and how you drive. If you drive around with a heavy foot and sloosh the fuel around of course your going to have issues with it sucking air. But trip the LOW FUEL light and drive mellow and you can pull way down. The other half is being smart about installing the straw make sure you get it as close to the bottom of the tank. But also remember the weight of the fuel will pull the bottom of the tank down opening a gap but this gap will narrow as the the fuel is consumed.
But I don't think you need to worry about adding a DrawStraw for the Raptor since the flow rate is matched to your load since there is no return line to the tank.