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Old 10-11-2006, 02:13 PM
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Default Fogging EFI motors

Anyone know if and how...? I fogged my old carbed motors at the end of the season and last year I stored the EFI boat inside....never got cold, didn't fog the motors and had no problem. This year I'm taking it to a pole barn with no heat...thus my question. Thanks for any help!
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I take off the fuel filter, dump half the gas out and fill it up with a qood quality 2-stroke oil While I'm running RV anti-freeze through the motor.
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Better yet, here is my entire procedure for my H.O.

1. grease trailer bearings, coupler, gimble

2.run fuel as low as possible, stabalize whats left...

3. start engine, get up to operating temp. Change engine oil and filter

4. Change gear lube.

5. pump out water with little blue pump.

6. start engine and run 2 gallons of pink RV anti-freeze through it and stop.

7. pull fuel filter, dump half the gas out of it and fill the rest with 2-stroke oil.

8. reinstall fuel filter, start engine run an additional 2 gallons of pink RV.

9. pump out RV with little blue pump.

10. Depending on how anal you are, pull each plug and squirt oil into cylinders.

11. Install fresh fuel filter.
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