Grand Prix 250
Join Date: Nov 2004
Location: augusta kansas
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Its not all that hard to start a bike once a month,is it?
Even current gas doesnt go bad and plug carbs with just the barest of effort. Start the bike,get it warm,occasionally put some fresh gas in.
Let em sit all winter then take the carbs off and clean em otherwise.
1. Buy good gas (like Chevron)
#1 above is - in my humble opinion - the reason why I have bikes that have sat for six months without gumming up the carburetors.<...>
I agree. When on the off season I start my bikes up once a month. Gas will not go bad in six months and I have never used stabilizers on the advice of my mechanic. I've never had a problem with the carbs gumming up or causing problems once the regular riding season begins.
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