Spectro Premium Fuel Conditioner & Stabilizer.

spectrogasstabilizerPassing by the weather channel I was thinking of all of you living upnorth already or close to be in freezing rain & snow.  Because of icy winter roads many among you have to prepare your bike for a few months of storage . Time to think about conditioning and stabilizing your tank fuel. If not, don’t wonder later why your bike will crank but not start, or at best will start but will ride very roughly. Your carb will for sure have varnish build-up, reason why the fuel delivery system is not working properly. Very few bikers know that fuel stabilizers also provide lubricity and prevent ethanol fuel-accelerated corrosion problems. Personally, I am still surprised that so many that I consider experienced don’t take a simple and cheap measure to protect their rides. Cleaning a carburetor is not necessarily fun …and it’s time lost on the road.  Spectro Fuel Conditioner And Stabilizer.

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4 Responses to “Spectro Premium Fuel Conditioner & Stabilizer.”


  1. 1 Darin Maltsberger-Instructor@MTI Nov 12th, 2009 at 8:48 am

    I teach fuel quality and winterization practices to my students in the Powersports Program here at Mitchell Technical Institute. The fuel stabilizer we utilize is the one from Spectro. Spectro has partnered with the school in an effort to help keep our students on the cutting edge of lubricant technology and gives them the opprotunity to work with the products they will be working with after graduation. As Cyril said, most carb cleaning adventures could be avoided by spending a little time prior to storage, preparing for the off season. If anyone is interested in what we do or teach here at Mitchell Technical Institute, please feel free to drop me line at : darin.maltsberger@mitchelltech.edu

    -Darin

  2. 2 WT Nov 12th, 2009 at 9:05 am

    Although this is probably a great fuel conditioner/stabilizer, the only product that I’m aware of out there that will 100% take care of most ethanol issues is Star Tron. Star Tron is also a fuel stabilizer.

  3. 3 jeff & Robbie Nov 17th, 2009 at 1:41 pm

    We use STA-BIL our shop. Same difference.

  4. 4 jatinder pal Nov 19th, 2009 at 1:52 am

    Who needs them??

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