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post #11 of 14 Old 11-27-12, 10:34 Thread Starter
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Thanks everyone. I brought it inside last night, and put it right next to my Desk, Looks Great. The most expensive piece of Art i Own lol

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From a few years ago before I got rid of the fairings.

didn't have a garage at the time, so I would just leave it at work sometimes.

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Originally Posted by sgreb View Post
Would i be able to syphon more of it out, and then fire it up until it runs out of gas?
I would advise against ever intentionally running the tank dry. Maybe someone with more engineering knowledge than me can chime in, but my understanding is that fuel pumps are designed to be immersed in fuel. The fuel also serves as lubrication. Running them dry can cause damage to the pump.

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I suggested to the wife that my STR would be best stored in the dining room, as you my have assumed that didn't work it is in the corner of my garage.

Personally I would drain the fuel if the bike is going to be stored indoors.

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