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|05-24-2007, 01:22 AM||#1|
Join Date: Jul 2006
Location: Okinawa, Japan
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contamination in the tank?
1992 Honda CB400 Superfour:
I'm getting the gas tank and fuel lines cleaned out on my bike as we speak. Apparently there is water (or something in the tank) that is making the fuel change colors. There are 4 screws that allow me to drain my carbs out and there are times its either pink or brown.
I assume that after I get it cleaned out it will be ok. Is there anything else I can do to prevent this from happening again?
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