I have used that before on automotive carburetors and it worked great. If I remember correctly the basket has a hook on the side to hook on the container so that the stuff can drain back into the container.
Don't know how it works compared to the Yamaha stuff though
Chris - The unknown would be whether the rubber and plastic stuff on and inside an Austrian-made carburetor (and now 9 years old) would be safe. The aluminum and brass parts wouldn't matter, of course. If you decide to try it, make sure to post results.
I put a new spark plug in and it was wet again after a few kicks. I looked at the spark plug wire cap and it looked pretty beat up because of that bar that part of the frame that makes it hard to get the cap on the spark plug. There are so many factors I just swallowed my pride and took it over to Bubba Victory. He can fix it and I won't have to worry about it out in the middle of no where.
I have taken my Honda to Bubba a few times and it ran perfect when I got it back.
no chem dip will damage tender mc parts & is very caustic to use, i had posioning from that many years ago,,,,bv
Bubba, are you sure your poisoning wasn't from something else? LOL.
could have been to many suzukis due to a 6 day work week back then,,,,bv
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