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Yamaha R3 Stabalizer

Hello everybody, so my 2016 Yamaha R3 is in my garage for winter. It is my first motorcycle and I’m using a battery tender but I don’t know which and how much stabilizer I should use. I’m currently on a full tank of gas too. Thank you!
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Any reputable additive will work fine. The red "STA-BIL Fuel Additive" is probably the most common and is readily available at a variety of retailers. Your R3 has an approximately 4 gallons fuel tank. Just follow directions on the additive's label. If the label says it'll treat "up to 20 gallons", that'll be enough to treat your 4 gallon tank 5 times. Try to divide the quantity as well as possible without getting crazy overanxious. It's not that critical and it's all good.

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Canadinrider. While you have that seat off, and have the battery area open. It would be a great time to attach permanent leads to the battery so you just plug in the "Battery Tender" leads without having to disassemble the seats. I tucked my terminal end under the rear seat. Still had to remove that, but no wrench involved. I have a link below, if you like, or If your not familiar with the leads I'm talking about.
http://products.batterytender.com/Ac...l-Harness.html

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hi air which part of canada are you in (regina sk here)
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Canadinrider. While you have that seat off, and have the battery area open. It would be a great time to attach permanent leads to the battery so you just plug in the "Battery Tender" leads without having to disassemble the seats. I tucked my terminal end under the rear seat. Still had to remove that, but no wrench involved. I have a link below, if you like, or If your not familiar with the leads I'm talking about.
http://products.batterytender.com/Ac...l-Harness.html
Thank you very much my friend, you’ve been a great help since the beginning!
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