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How do you drain the fuel out of a 2008 suzuki rmz 450 motocross bike thats fuel injected?

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Remove the feed pipe to the injectors and you will be able to drain the fuel, but you will have to use the ignition to do so.
The other way would be to remove the feed pipe to the pump from the tank, this way you will be able to remove the fuel without the ignition.
Hope this helps!

Posted on Dec 14, 2009

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