Question about Suzuki GSX 1100 F (Katana Motorcycles
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Unless you are confident the "sludge" can be dissolved by some additive your only option is remove the gas tank and reverse-flush the pump. I'm not even sure that is possible on your particular pump. If the pump is acting up I would at least remove it and get as much sludge out of it as I could. If the pump is not acting up I would remove the tank and rinse out as much sludge as possible and install an inline filter before the carburetors to keep an eye on it. Use good clamps and check it often for leaks. After you are sure the sludge is out of your tank you can remove the filter.
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
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