The symptoms of this affliction are common: poor starting or lousy performance. If preventative measures aren’t taken, expect a visit to the repair shop or the back of the garden shed. But you can avoid this condition. Watch Video: Small Engine Neglect.
Archive for month: February, 2012
In most regions of North America, motorcycles are stored during the winter months. Therefore, it is critical that the proper steps be taken prior to storage to ensure trouble-free starting and performance for the next season. As is the theme with most equipment storage discussions, proper treatment of the fuel system is paramount. These steps are simple and will prevent pesky and expensive repairs come springtime.
Check out the Motorcycle Storage Tips Video from our Interesting Articles section.
We’ve put a new video from the AMSOIL Information Series on Boat Maintenance and Storage Procedures . This video offers invaluable tips on how to prevent rust and corrosion in your engine as well as the correct step to prevent problems related to fuel degradation. These easy steps will prevent an almost sure trip to the repair shop in the future.
We’ve got a new video from the AMSOIL Information Series in our “Interesting Articles” section on Snowblower Maintenance and Storage Procedures. This short video offers helpful tips to keep any snowblower running strong. Read more
The Scheuring Speed Sports snocross team has been in a professional relationship with AMSOIL for 15 years. During that period, the team has played a vital role in the testing and development of AMSOIL’s snowmobile product line. Team owner Steve Scheuring sat down for an interview where he discusses the rigors of this sport and its demands on equipment and lubricants. Read more