Join Date: Jul 2018
Location: Apopka Florida NW of Orlando near a twist in the road and a hill on the horizon...
when riding in different locations (travelling) it is almost impossible to get gas at every single station
that is free of water contamination. Try to pick stations that are newer in appearance ( still no guaranty )
But the chances may be less you will get bad gas. Be cause a motorcycle tank is much smaller than a car
it does not take much water in the fuel to ruin your day or your bike. Thankfully there are some good
chemical additives to dry out the fuel and get you back to normal pretty fast. it would be best to
pump out what fuel is in the tank and check for water, it will settle on the bottom.
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"I don't want a pickle - just wanna ride my motor-sickle"