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Mr. C4/5specialist, is this stuff ok to put into my z06 while
it sits in the garage during the winter and does not get driven as often? (the HEET Drygas is isopropyl alchohol)
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I've had stabil in my boat for 3 years :eek:, I suppose I should pump that crap out should I ever decide to actually use the boat....Don't think it lasts that long :)

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I worked in a Honda cycle shop years ago and we stored bikes over the winter,The staybil worked great. Had many customers not use it and had to rebuild lots of carbs.
 

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I've used Sta-Bil for years during winter storage of my motorcycles and Vets....No problems with spring start up.

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Members are correct

Hi there,
Stabil is a very effective stabilizer for your fuel system.
Unless you are in a very moist climate, humid, or where you get alot of water in the fuel, you will not need the drygas.
Remember, that the fuel filter is more for water, than it is for particles.
Follow the memberships recommendations, and the directions on the container, besttoyou, c4c5
 

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But what about......

OK, I'm ok with the Sta-Bil, but is the Heet Drygas (isopropyl alcohol, absorbs moisture) OK with the General (and forum members) in the LS6?
Thanks:cheers: :cheers:
 
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