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What is the easiest way to remove bad gas?

I think my problem is bad gas which in turn has fouled my plugs and i've drained the tank but i'm trying to figure out if I can get more of that crappy fuel outta my system. Any suggestions?
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Re: What is the easiest way to remove bad gas?

Siphon out as much as possible with some tubing, then lift the front of the tank and unhook the hose from the outlet that points to the right of the bike. Have another tube ready to slip over this to catch the gas as it somes out. If you arent inclined to take the tank up, as long as you get the majority of the old gas out and fill it with fresh, you should be ok.
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Re: What is the easiest way to remove bad gas?

Since you have already drained the tank, pull the fuel line off at the fuel rail behind the throttle bodies. This will allow you to drain even more from the tank, and drain the fuel rail. Since this is what feeds the injectors, if you can get as much fuel out of it as possible ( lean it to the right with the end open ) it shouldn't take long to get the last of it through the injectors.

Just be carefull when takin the cap off of the fuel rail, use two wrenches to make sure you don't twist the rail.

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ps, can you ship me back a Donor Kepap. They used to have a great little shop in downtown Darmstadt.
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Re: What is the easiest way to remove bad gas?

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Since you have already drained the tank, pull the fuel line off at the fuel rail behind the throttle bodies. This will allow you to drain even more from the tank, and drain the fuel rail. Since this is what feeds the injectors, if you can get as much fuel out of it as possible ( lean it to the right with the end open ) it shouldn't take long to get the last of it through the injectors.

Just be carefull when takin the cap off of the fuel rail, use two wrenches to make sure you don't twist the rail.

Keith

ps, can you ship me back a Donor Kepap. They used to have a great little shop in downtown Darmstadt.
I really appreciate the advice and i will try it. And there is a great kebap stand right next the Irish Pub here and they are great after a night of drinking. Thanks alot for the input.
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