Join Date: May 2012
Location: Long Island, NY
Bike: 2012 Blue R6
Re: Fuel Stabilizer?
noted..regarding the ethanol..as far as leaving the tank empty i would never do that..look at how many people selling older bikes have rusty old fuel tanks (inside) and have to coat them...my 81 CB 750 F tank(32 yrs old) on the inside looks like it just came from the dealer.....no room for condensation means NO rust... if your not shure how good the fuel will be in the spring drain it and use it in the lawn mower...just my opinion.
Rust is a good point and it's worth noting that all the calculations were done on jet skis which have plastic tanks, however, I believe most new vehicles including the R6 use a new anti-rusting material on the inside of tanks. But I concede, fill your tank.
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