Tank electrolysis


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Tank electrolysis

Postby n5926g » Sun Mar 15, 2015 1:45 pm



Afternoon guys, I have removed the fuel pump from the GL1500,and while I DO have a replacement tank on the way,I would like to try the electrolysis on my tank just for giggles...I have the TSP on hand,and while the fuel pump assy is out,the fuel level sending unit is still in,The question is...will this damage the sending unit? :?



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Re: Tank electrolysis

Postby WingAdmin » Sun Mar 15, 2015 10:39 pm

n5926g wrote:Afternoon guys, I have removed the fuel pump from the GL1500,and while I DO have a replacement tank on the way,I would like to try the electrolysis on my tank just for giggles...I have the TSP on hand,and while the fuel pump assy is out,the fuel level sending unit is still in,The question is...will this damage the sending unit? :?


Yeah, and if not the sending unit, definitely the low fuel unit. I would definitely remove the sending unit before attempting electrolysis.


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