Question about 2006 Yamaha V Star Silverado
Stars seem prone to fuel system issues, mine keeps me amused with its antics. I usually take it for a good romp now and then to show it who's boss.
I'd suggest changing gas stations to avoid the ethanol additive which causes gumming up of some fuel lines, disintegration of others and somehow manages to hydrate the gasoline to where it burns irregularly. Additives will be your salvation if you can't escape the ethanol.
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
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