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Old 17th April 2007, 05:19   #1
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Lightbulb Gasoline Stabilizer - Does it really work ?

I've heard that Gasoline Stabilizers keeps fuel from deteriorating during long storage. They reduces the oxidation process and prevents varnish and gum build-up in gasoline. These contaminates can clog injectors, stick floats and cause poor engine startup. Allows easier start-ups.

Does anyone have any experience in using these Gasoline Stabilizers in India/abroad and are these Stabilizers really effective ?

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The guy I bought my bike from stored it through winter (5 months) with one of these stabilizers. I think they do work.
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Is there any Petrol Stabilizers available in India ?

And what will be the cost ?
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