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Old 06-06-2007, 07:20 PM   #21
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Everyone knows the easiest way is to drill the bottom of the tank to drain the gas out.
Yea, but w/ drilling, u gotta use some cardboard and duct tape for when he gets to his destination
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Old 06-07-2007, 06:43 PM   #22
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The 929 is fuel injected. Pull the return line off the tank and open the cap. Most of it will drain that way.
Try to refill it as soon as possible after you get to Chicago to avoid rust forming.
Have a safe trip!
Awesome Patrick, thanks for the help.

However, I'm completely mechanically retarded (i.e., anything beyond putting gas in and lubing the chain and I call somebody).

From looking at my service manual (and I have a 919, not a 929, if that makes a difference), the fuel return line goes from the fuel tank to the fuel pump. So, do I just disconnect the part that's connected to the fuel pump, open the top of the tank (i.e., where I put fuel in), and watch the fuel flow out of the fuel return line? How exactly do I disconnect the ruel return line from the fuel pump? Do I have to remove the fuel tank from the bike to do any of the above? Do I need any special tools or new parts to do this (or to reconnect the fuel return line to the fuel pump)?

Thanks so much.
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Old 06-07-2007, 06:47 PM   #23
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Awesome Patrick, thanks for the help.

However, I'm completely mechanically retarded (i.e., anything beyond putting gas in and lubing the chain and I call somebody).

From looking at my service manual (and I have a 919, not a 929, if that makes a difference), the fuel return line goes from the fuel tank to the fuel pump. So, do I just disconnect the part that's connected to the fuel pump, open the top of the tank (i.e., where I put fuel in), and watch the fuel flow out of the fuel return line? How exactly do I disconnect the ruel return line from the fuel pump? Do I have to remove the fuel tank from the bike to do any of the above? Do I need any special tools or new parts to do this (or to reconnect the fuel return line to the fuel pump)?

Thanks so much.
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Old 06-08-2007, 07:45 AM   #24
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Bump cuz I'm still retarded.
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