Plastic Tanks

Discussion in 'Central' started by junior, Oct 31, 2012.


  1. I would be more concerned f Guzzi is still using the half plastic fuel filters in the ur new bike ask Rod what mine looked like when I pull it out....PM for details.

    Dan
     
  2. Or find a pack pride card lock and get some 92 E free like I do
     
  3. james1300

    james1300 Track School Dazed

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    Pac-pride is not always available everywhere.
     
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    this is the fuel filter in my Norge...since been replace with a all metal one...Tank seems ok...

    Dan
     
  5. They problem with the E10 fuel is storage. If you are out riding startron will more than handle the phase separation.caswell will do the job but the guys on the Multi forum say it makes a mess if your not very careful.
     
  6. I checked the web and found a card lock about 1 mile from your house Junior..
     
  7. They say I have to buy 900 gallons a year, that could be up to 36,000 miles a year on my motorcycle, that would mean I am about 33,500 miles short this year or 837 gallons of making the quota.

    Maybe they won't make me use a Pacific Pride Card lok card. I'll have to check.
     
  8. james1300

    james1300 Track School Dazed

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    Pac-Pride? Naaaaa... Head over to the office on Oregon st., Pasco
    They will set you up with a personal account. While there ask for a Pac=Pride
    directory.

    On another thought, still related to this piss for gas we are being sold...
    Why the heck would anyone design a fuel filter (which is housed inside a fuel tank)
    where it can't be seen. And make it half plastic and the other half metal?
    Where is the logic and reason for that?
     
    #10 james1300, Nov 1, 2012
    Last edited: Nov 1, 2012
  9. Everybody on the Guzzi forum wonders the same thing...they must have got a heck of a deal on them......Is all about the money I am sure....

    Dan
     

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