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Old 07-13-2009, 05:59 AM   #1
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On the bottom of the tank on the side like the oil pan isnít there a drain plug for the gas? I will see when I get home, but if anyone knows I can change my plans after work
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I'm thinking there isnt...

If I'm right, then just run it low on gas then drop the tank to do whatever you need to do.
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i cant drive it. its untuned like crap. i need to get all the gas out and put E85 in so we can start to tune it today or 2morow. il just syphon the gas out with a hose i think the eg didnt have the safty thing inside that keeps it from syphoning
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i cant drive it. its untuned like crap. i need to get all the gas out and put E85 in so we can start to tune it today or 2morow. il just syphon the gas out with a hose i think the eg didnt have the safty thing inside that keeps it from syphoning
How much gas do you have in there? You could try putting in some really strong octane booster (not that STP crap) and you could potentially boost the octane past that of E85 which isn't THAT high.
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half tank. another option that will cost more $ and work is put a fuel cell next to my seat and ditch the pasnger seat and gas tank..but i just want to tune it and drive for once after a year
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The fuel tank does have a drain bolt:

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super. thanx. gas never tastes good. it burns my mouth like 150 proof
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super. thanx. gas never tastes good. it burns my mouth like 150 proof
Haha...something definitely to avoid.
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update. for poeple searching for this info later on.
i got home yeah theres a plug like Jon said. to drain the gas. you cant just jak up the back end (car needs to be level or recline back) so i jack up the front on jackstands
THEN i jacked up the back end(making it level) then i drained the tank into gas can
i put that in the wifes jeep
then i put E85 in.. thanx guys for all your help
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update. for poeple searching for this info later on.
i got home yeah theres a plug like Jon said. to drain the gas. you cant just jak up the back end (car needs to be level or recline back) so i jack up the front on jackstands
THEN i jacked up the back end(making it level) then i drained the tank into gas can
i put that in the wifes jeep
then i put E85 in.. thanx guys for all your help

why are you wanting to run E85? Just curious.
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with turbo. cheaper fuel more HP
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