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    Default found rust spots in new honda 125 tank

    main nay 3 din phlay new honda 125 liya hay. muj theek say chalna b nahi ata hay. patrol b nahi mal raha tha... so 2 din say iss main bass wohi 2 liter patrol hi hay jo delear nay dala tha.... aj soba jab cleaning ker raha that to patrol tank k inder rust dots/spots nazar arahaay haan....

    mara sawal yeah hay k kia yeah her new tank main hotay haan...? agar nahi tu kia engine kharab ho jay ga iss k waja say?

    aur kia ab honda company replace karay ga tank? yeah muj baki change kerwani paray ghee?


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    ITs not a big problem, cause of the bike gets parked for for long time after being manufactured, get a good fuel filter at ON/Off/res knob at the Petrol Tank.


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    ^ agreed with kamran bhai ,and do some engine oil spray in ur bike tank the bike will smoke but no harm for ur bike engine , i personally did this and its work ... !
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    and do some engine oil spray in ur bike tank the bike will smoke but no harm for ur bike engine
    I dont agree tht its a good idea, leave it like that, just keep the petrol filled 2 a well enough lvl and use a fuel filter. Its not a 2 stroke bike tht ur recomending to put mobil oil in petrol tanks.. I think it wud ruin the performance of bike + will smoke + clogged silencer + bad 4 carburator.. even if u did it? I dont think u did it right..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Automotorsport_Lover View Post
    I dont agree tht its a good idea, leave it like that, just keep the petrol filled 2 a well enough lvl and use a fuel filter. Its not a 2 stroke bike tht ur recomending to put mobil oil in petrol tanks.. I think it wud ruin the performance of bike + will smoke + clogged silencer + bad 4 carburator.. even if u did it? I dont think u did it right..
    Agreed. And get rid of the rusty fuel now. With the fuel still inside, shake the bike well and then spill the rust hit fuel out of the tank by removing the fuel line from the fuel On-Off key. Do this when you have got new fuel, its not a problem if you leave the bike like that for a week or so. Rust should not get into the carburetors because that can cause the proper fuel flow to the engine.
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    @yousafkhan92 Welcome to PakWheels & congrats on your purchase.ALLAH Mubarak kara. regarding issue i don't think it's something serious, experts can confirm it.
    U R not checking papers so stop pointing out sp and gram mistakes.

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    Pouring oil in the tank of a 4 stroke motorbike?
    Not a good idea.
    @OP Congrats on the purchase,
    Its not an issue,
    Get some more fuel and let it flow from the cork pipe so that the rust may get out.
    Moreover use a good fuel filter untill the rust dissappears completely or else it may harm the carburettor.
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    well, if u feel the rust part has delivered som rust particles, then take out the tank n wash with fuel etc
    n u can put som oil also n then use fuel / petrol for resfresh n then waste
    then put the tank back,
    if its just a sign, u can ignore
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