Peering intp my motorcycle tank yesterday (to make sure I had enough to get the petrol station!) I spotted some water globules swilling about. Probably been there for ages, but I'd like to get rid of it/them. Simple (but awkward) solution is to empty tank and to dry it out - is there any smarter or neater method?
On a loosely connected topic, I've got an old helmet that is crumbling inside. Is there any better way of disposal than the local tip?
Wynns Dry Fuel works a treat, I've used it many times on old Metros with leaking fuel filler necks to get rid of the buildup of water in the tank.
groups.msn.com/honestjohn - Pictures say a thousand words.....
Many moons ago I got water in the tank of my Renault 18TL and lost most of the power on the M6.AA got me going again but mis-diagnosed the problem.
One of the jets was being blocked with the water and pulling the ckoke out got things going again.Blasting the jet through with WD40 cured things temporarily IIRC.
I fitted a fuel filter just to see what was going into the carb and slung meths into the tank.
Got purple water in the filter until I sold it a year later but the car never actually stopped again.
I wasna fu but just had plenty.
I've bought some stuff from the CFS people. Good delivery time and you get a copy of their catalogue with price booklet. Really useful for all things fibreglass and filler wise so should be a good alternative to David's.