Re: HEET/GasDry, winter riding and frozen jets
You know what mike?
Thats some very sound advice as i ever heard. It took me probably a few months after my first build to get the moisture issue solved besides the issue with fuel leaks with the stock fuel tank setup. Another thing i found that helps keep your lines un-adulterated is to keep the fuel shutoff close the the Carb so you have fuel contently in the lines and somewhat visible so if it starts to get cloudy you know you have a moisture issue. Just make sure its not to close as to melt do to engine heat during the summer.
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