No just buy a small container of fuel stabalizer & READ the instructions for most are aimed at large trucks. Put in about half of what is required then ride down the closest fuel station fill up & the fuel will be stirred around propely. Put in the reaming few ounces & that is it. Bar putting the bike on its prop stand.
Since there is no electricity then you will have to remove the battery & plug it up at home in probably a cooler part of the home. The BT will charge, then put the battery on storage kick in again when the battery shows it is dropping, onh storage again & charge during said time.
When you are back all you have to do is pop the battery back in & hook it up, check your tyre pressure, dust off the bike, hit the starter & the bike will start up like it was to-morrow.
Last edited by Smitty; 05-22-2006 at 04:46 PM.