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Rustontiger43
LSU Fan
Texarkana Arkansas
Member since Dec 2006
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Fuel injected Honda Rancher 2007

Which fuel additive should I use? I'm going to store it for about 7 weeks.


Choirboy
On your property
Member since Aug 2010
10715 posts

re: Fuel injected Honda Rancher 2007
Any of the additives will most likely work. The biggest thing I would do is turn off the gas supply and run the thing out of gas.


YOURADHERE
LSU Fan
Member since Dec 2006
3185 posts

re: Fuel injected Honda Rancher 2007
Fuel injected, pretty sure there's no on/off valve for the fuel supply on the 420 Ranchers. I could be wrong though. Just put a little fuel stabilizer in it, something that's used for ethanol blend and you'll be fine.


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tipup
Member since Sep 2005
514 posts

re: Fuel injected Honda Rancher 2007
Don't drain a fuel injected engine! Put some Stabil in it if it has ethanol gas. If it has real gas I wouldn't worry about putting anything in it.


Chris4x4gill2
Alabama Fan
North Alabama
Member since Nov 2008
2159 posts

re: Fuel injected Honda Rancher 2007
Yea - if its FI you do NOT want tio run it out of gas. Just add some Stabil or Startron and run it for a few minutes before you store it to make sure it gets all through the system.



greasemonkey
Alabama Fan
Macclenny Fl aka south JAWJA
Member since Aug 2012
2636 posts

re: Fuel injected Honda Rancher 2007
I would ride it for at least 10 minutes with the starTron in it. those bikes have a sump for the fuel pump so you need to run it for a few minutes to get that canister filled. I would start using startron all the time rather I was storing it or not and this comes from an ATV mechanic


greasemonkey
Alabama Fan
Macclenny Fl aka south JAWJA
Member since Aug 2012
2636 posts

re: Fuel injected Honda Rancher 2007
check your rearend often they were bad about leaking and letting oil out and letting water in. if you ride through any water check it every time you ride. or you will be having a rear differential rebuilt


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