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Old 04-12-2010, 03:10 PM   #1
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I checked out there website, but which in particular should I use? Any suggestions? I do have carbs on my bike, 93'.
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i use it in everything from lawn mower to outboard motor on the boat.. good stuff..
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Its in everything I own that uses gas. In all gas cans too.
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Advance Auto Parts have them on sale right now for $6.99 a can. That is based on their website. I think you may have to call the local stores to make sure.

Nice to see you, met you at Will Pagani's establishment last Wednesday night.
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Put it in my car for the first time in 7years about a year ago. After the 20min wait period I went for a stroll. Looked like the mosquito truck going down the road.
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what's it do and do you pour it in your gas tank? can i put it in my bike?
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what's it do and do you pour it in your gas tank? can i put it in my bike?
well I can only speak from experience on my car. I put 1/3 in the oil pan, 1/3 in the gas tank, and 1/3 sucked up though a vacuum tube on my intake manifold. It's a pretty fail safe additive you can induce anywhere.
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thanks guys, i was familiar with the spray they had, just had never used or seen the liquid form you put in the tank
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Yep, I finally got fed up with sta-bil and giving the actual fuel stuff a try. I've always used the spray as a carb cleaner, but just not seeing the results I was promised with sta-bil. And it is 6.99 in store as well, .
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well I can only speak from experience on my car. I put 1/3 in the oil pan, 1/3 in the gas tank, and 1/3 sucked up though a vacuum tube on my intake manifold. It's a pretty fail safe additive you can induce anywhere.
lol, none in the tranny oil, differential, power steering gear box, coolent or the windshield washer fluid?

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