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· Craft Int Instructor
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Condensation, its that simple. It could be from the bike "sweating", or the fuel couldve had some water in it. Unfortunatly, you'll never know, but leaving a bike covered outside for extended periods just isn't a good thing. Get some marine fuel stabilizer, add to tank, then add new 92/93 octane to the mix and crank and run it for at least 30 mins so the mixture gets into the cylinders it'll run crappy. After that let it sit for awhile, overnight if possible then run as much of the fuel out as possible and refill with fresh fuel again and run it thru. Then if the bike sits for more then a month again outside, add regular stabilzer.
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