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Re: [ducati-1] Emptying my Monster gas tank

From: Alan T.
Sent on: Tuesday, June 30, 2009 9:40 AM
On modern bikes I don't know the procedure. Why don't you call Eric. He probably can give you you the correct way. [masked]-1829. 



 -------------- Original message from atdpath <[address removed]>: --------------

> I'm having my 2009 Monster 696 shipped up to Greenville, SC and I need

> to empty the gas tank.  Is there an easy way to do this? If I were to

> do the really easy thing and just leave the engine running till it

> stops, would air get into the engine or something?  Excuse my

> ignorance, please!


> Thanks,

> Andrea




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