> Acid Holes?, They might of been rust holes. I have NEVER seen muratic acid
> burn a hole through a tank, I have done plenty of tanks, my friends have
> done plenty of tanks.
Ofcourse it's mainly rust then. That's why I said to be sure the metal
is still thick enough.
I'm not too fond of the acid method. If the first one doesn't work then
I'll try acid. But sofar I've only had one tank which wasn't clean after
the first method and it took 3 rounds of profesional cleaning to get it
the way it is now, and it's still not clean.
> The acid method is not more harmful for the
> environment, do you know what muratic acid is also used for? Of course not.
Err, I study biology... :)
> I would rather drive a motorcycle with a rusty tank
> then a moped. On a motorcycle you can run a small partial of rust through
> their large main and idle jets. On a moped the jets are small ,vary small
> and more susceptible to clogging, so a clean tank and good line filter is
Mwoah, depends on the type of carburetor. Old bings can take a lot befor
they clog. New ones only need the idea of a possible rustparticle and
clog already. ;)
You're right about the filter, every moped should have one.
> I'll be off the list for a few days, unfortunately I have to go to the east
> coast where it is too damn cold to ride (so I am getting my ridding in today
> if possible) If anybody want to e-mail me I'll be at email@example.com
Have fun, although not likely in the cold, but you never know.