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Old 06-07-2012, 04:55 AM   #16
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Can I siphon out the old fuel if there is a baffle in the line?


Me too- stabilizers are, well, in the class of other automotive elixirs with very shady. scant , woeful lack of real scientific proof of their effectiveness. Yes, can cause more harm than good.

I too have had engines sit for many many months only to have them start with no problem. Gas can gunk, though, depending on if its a carb, FI, narrow fuel line, etc.


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