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What is the Stabil Camaro Giveaway?
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What are the key features of the Stabil Camaro?
The Stabil Camaro is a custom-built 2021 Chevy Camaro SS, featuring a 6.2-liter V8 engine, 455 horsepower, and 455 pound-feet of torque. It also includes a performance exhaust, Brembo brakes, and a lowered suspension for enhanced handling and control.
Who is eligible to win the Stabil Camaro?
The Stabil Camaro Giveaway is open to legal residents of the United States who are 18 years of age or older. However, certain restrictions apply in certain states, so be sure to check the official rules before entering.
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You are browsing camaro6. User Name Remember Me? Is fuel stabilizer really necessary? I put the car away a couple months ago and didnt think about it and am now a bit concerned. Thinking about running to gas station an filling tank and adding stabilizer. Originally Posted by Glen e. That stinks! Now you have to drive it and have fun. I have had issues when I use ethanol added fuel. Or maybe the ethanol DOES go bad faster? Stored short term Id simply try to get some non ethanol fuel. I use non ethanol in all my small engine equipment, lawn mowers, etc. They all sit for three months or more, never had a problem. Try that with ethanol fuel with no stabilizer and good luck getting it started. I know that from experience. Ya put it in. I would not go over 30 days without it here in this climate. But im sure your still ok. Put it in before you fill up then drive home it will allow it to be in the fuel system instead of sitting on the top of the gas I have done it this way for 15 winters in a row first crank in the spring I drive away! Thread Tools. Manuals, Literature, Workbooks, Brochures, Etc. All times are GMT The time now is AM. Mark Forums Read. Fuel Stabilizer – Necessary? User Name. Remember Me? Glen e Retired from Car mfrs More than 60 day storage, put it in Find More Posts by Glen e. Quote Originally Posted by Glen e More than 60 day storage, put it in Find More Posts by Frank Find More Posts by steelheadrob. Find More Posts by Michaels 50th. Find More Posts by SS. Posting Rules.
You are browsing camaro5. Will be storing my car soon in a heated garage for about months. New to this, but someone at work said Ill need a certain fuel stabilizer for premium fuel. Any advice on this Drives Camaros, always have, always will. Join Date Oct Dont sweat the additive Unless you go way beyond that time with lack of useage. Once you re imerge burn up the remaining fuel in earnest! Dont fall prey to gloom and doom scenarios. View My Garage. Sta-bil works fine and you can get it anywhere. I always mix it with gas in my pressure washer, chain saw, and small gas tools that dont get used more than once or twice a year and have never had any problems at all if it keep some in the gas tank. Twin PT turbos. LPE oil cooler, rear bushing upgrade, roll bar I use fuel stabilizer and keep my car in heated garage set at 50 degrees, when I pull the car out in the spring Ill run the tank out fill with 92 octain and do a fuse pull.. Sea foam and try make sure that you use Premium without Ethanol. It will make things much easier come spring. Its always better to be safe than sorry,. Originally Posted by OldScoolCamaro. Garage temp set at 50, started the car one time in Jan. I did take tires off and put them in the basement. Improves octane. Treats ethanol. Stabilizes fuel for storage. Been using it for over 5 years and have told dozens of people about it and they love it as well. Yes, it says Marine but that is because of legal issues with the EPA. Wonderful product!! Thread Tools. Manuals, Literature, Workbooks, Brochures, Etc. All times are GMT The time now is AM. Fuel stabilizer advice. User Name. Remember Me? Mark Forums Read. Fuel stabilizer advice Will be storing my car soon in a heated garage for about months. Find More Posts by sberk OldScoolCamaro Drives Camaros, always have, always will. Find More Posts by jessrayo. Posts 46 View My Garage. Find More Posts by strych9. Find More Posts by toddsZL1. Find More Posts by mkorgan. Thank you all for the advice. Posting Rules.
You are browsing camaro5. Ive heard two schools of thought on the amount of gas that should be left in the car when storing for the winter. I will be putting in fuel stabilizer regardless. Full tank to keep condesation from occuring and fuel stabilzer to keep it from going stale and losing octane. Stock internal L99, stock converter. Bolt on best before blower View My Garage. You are not really storing the car. You are parking it for a few months. I have done it with many cars and never did anything special. If you look in most owners manuals, storing is over a year. If you are going to not drive the car for a year or more there are steps you need to take but just for a few months, not necessary. Just park it. I fill my Harley and I will fill my SS. Use Stabil, treat the gas and then drive it for a couple of miles to get the treated gas into the fuel injectors. If the injectors get clogged by untreated gasoline you will have a problem. The untreated gas turns into jelly. Also, let it sit for the entire time. Do not start it occasionally. Doing that causes moisture to form in the engine. Use a battery tender to keep it fully charged. Drives anything I can get my hands on Join Date Sep Originally Posted by BowtieGuy. Nobody makes CamaroSpike happy. You just disgust him a little less than other people. Originally Posted by WheelmanSS. Post count is truly an accurate measure of how cool someone is on the Internet. Originally Posted by Greg Norris.