Question about Bajaj Pulsar 150 Motorcycles
I use straight white vinegar to remove rust.I start by emptying the tank.Then I allow it to sit open and completely dry out.Then I put the tank back together and use vacuum caps to plug the fuel valve petcock.Next I fill the tank with vinegar and cap the tank.I let it sit over night.The next day,I shake the tank hard while rotating it making sure the vinegar covers all areas inside the tank.Then I drain the tank and rinse out with water.If it still has rust,I pour the vinegar back in the tank through a funnel with a coffee filter in it to strain out the debris.For really bad tanks,it has taken me nearly a week to get them clean enough to coat with POR-15.Vinegar here is $3 a gallon so it's cheaper than most other solutions.
Posted on Oct 17, 2013
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