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    recover gas from 2005 VX100 deluxe

    So it's too cold to go out, but I've got two full tanks of gas. What is the best way to get the gas out? I tried to drop a siphon hose down the fill line, but there appears to be a blockage of some type that would not let me get the hose more than a foot or so.

    Thanks.

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    Re: recover gas from 2005 VX100 deluxe

    No need to drain them just pour in some star Tron stabilizer and shake it around a bit mix, or add more fuel to fill it, and call it good. Better full actually it leaves less room for condensation to develope.

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    Re: recover gas from 2005 VX100 deluxe

    Take a picture of the main harness plug and I can show you which two wires to jump to run the fuel pump.

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    Re: recover gas from 2005 VX100 deluxe

    Not sure how the fuel systems are plumbed on new models. On my old ones, I disconnect the line between the tank and the filter, connect a longer line running to a can on the ground and siphon it out that way.
    2, 1998 TS 770 L, restored and running great. (Except for the one with engine that SBT put the WRONG crankshaft bearing into and is now sitting as I collect repair parts)

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    Re: recover gas from 2005 VX100 deluxe

    Get you a shaker siphon and go to town
    "All out or nothin at all"

    - Jet ski owner



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