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Fuel cleaner...
#1
Any here ever use Redex in their tanks ??
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#2
No.

What are you trying to do?

As there are different cleaners/stabilisers which do different jobs....
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#3
Not after anything in particular other than to keep it tip top condition where possible
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#4
There’s only you here riding a tank Panman
I am Spartacus 
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#5
I normally just brim my bikes with full fat unleaded, if I’m not using them for a bit. Never had any issues with them TBF. As long as you turn them over a few times, you should be fine.
To the Regiment! I wish I was there.
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#6
Tank ??? Don't get Doc started on that issue  Big Grin

Over the next few months I'm just after maintenance on the brute  Sad
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#7
(27-12-2018, 02:19 PM)Ledwardio Wrote: There’s only you here riding a tank Panman

Laugh Laugh
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#8
(27-12-2018, 02:41 PM)Panman Chips Wrote: Tank ??? Don't get Doc started on that issue  Big Grin

Over the next few months I'm just after maintenance on the brute  Sad

Just brim it chipan, It’ll be fine!
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#9
Right.....

If you are laying it up for a while... Motorex fuel stabiliser.

If you are cleaning shit out... Forte fuel system cleaner

Don’t just tip the stuff in.... actually read the instructions, then it may work!
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#10
(27-12-2018, 03:16 PM)lbk Wrote:
(27-12-2018, 02:41 PM)Panman Chips Wrote: Tank ??? Don't get Doc started on that issue  Big Grin

Over the next few months I'm just after maintenance on the brute  Sad

Just brim it chipan, It’ll be fine!

Don’t think he could afford to!!

The last time I saw it, there was a BP tanker following for inflight refuelling Laugh
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#11
I've booked my Repsol tanker for Spain in may  Laugh
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#12
(27-12-2018, 04:46 PM)DrMarten Wrote:
(27-12-2018, 03:16 PM)lbk Wrote:
(27-12-2018, 02:41 PM)Panman Chips Wrote: Tank ??? Don't get Doc started on that issue  Big Grin

Over the next few months I'm just after maintenance on the brute  Sad

Just brim it chipan, It’ll be fine!

Don’t think he could afford to!!

The last time I saw it, there was a BP tanker following for inflight refuelling Laugh
Tongue Laugh
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#13
Here is the one of the last rides on the previous RS....

And before you slag off the boxer unit.... it ain’t that far behind your Hunker Chunker...for torque....

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#14
Trip reading of over 2900 miles! Something smells fishy  Dodgy
I am Spartacus 
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#15
Slag off the boxer engine ?? Never have or will do, just not my bag.... Inline 4 or (probably 6) after my fun on the V-twin !! 

Smile Smile
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#16
I have some Diesel cleaner I use sometimes, no idea if it does anything. Had Injector problems in a previous car so got it to prevent another from failing  Huh
It's absolutely potent stuff does not come off hands / clothing easily so not sure what's in it
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#17
WTF were you doing with it ??  Laugh Laugh
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#18
(28-12-2018, 02:10 PM)Ledwardio Wrote: Trip reading of over 2900 miles! Something smells fishy  Dodgy

Never reset it!

I haven’t in my car either.... 

Today’s vehicle with trip ‘puters.... there is no need. I used to in older vehicles, but can’t for the life of me think why .....

If the fuel gauge says you’re walking soon... fill up and those with old school bikes with a fuel tap.... when ah coughs, fill up.

So, I’m sorry the conspiracy theorists can return to the Apollo moon landings or Area 51.... or nearer home... No 10 Rolleyes
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