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Thread: Best way to drain fuel from tank

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    Gerard jagarra's Avatar
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    Aug 2016
    Reno, NV
    Thanks for the link on the Lucas product, I believe I put some stabilizers in the tank some time ago, but I will check out that product next time I go to Summit. I have to pull the cover off and give it the smell test to see if it still smells like gas. Easiest solution is to fill it with fresh gas and go for a ride, just waiting for it to cool off a bit from hovering around a 95-100.
    1994 R1100RS-(5/93)-,1974 R90/6 built 9/73,--1987 K75S,--1964 Triumph T100--1986 Honda XL600R

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    Registered User RIDERR1150GSADV's Avatar
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    ^ You’re welcome! I hope it all works out for you!
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    Current ride 2018 R1200 GSA Triple Black
    Past rides '04 R1150RT, '05 K1200LT, '06 R1150GSA, ‘17 R1200RT

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    Pepperfool GSAddict's Avatar
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    Sechelt, British Columbia
    You can do a variation of this
    Instead of running the bike, you can power the pump directly at the connector.
    Pin 1 Brown DC-
    Pin 2 Green DC+

    I drain my GSA tank this way.
    Ufda happens..........

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