Quick Release Gas Draining System

drain1Completely draining your motorcycle fuel system when you don’t ride for a long period of time is a must. And more than ever you need to prevent ethanol gas to destroy your carburetor, of damaging the fuel lines with the risk of spilling gas on paint.

Additives work only for the short haul and don’t eliminate the ethanol corroding issue. The solution is a Safety Drain to install directly on your motorcycle fuel line. The system provides a leak free way to drain your gas tank without spilling gas.

The Safety Drain features an internal valve that shuts whenever it’s disconnected. “No spills. No fumes. No booms.” Fittings are made of either chrome or stainless steel.

This new product makes it really easy to drain gas. It is a simple task to install the Safety Drain, placing it in the fuel line exactly like a fuel filter. At The Drain Store.

6 Responses to “Quick Release Gas Draining System”

  1. 1 nicker Jun 24th, 2015 at 12:51 pm

    Sure beats the extra “plumbing” some of have been adding for years.


  2. 2 Rogue Jun 25th, 2015 at 8:52 am

    It is a interesting tool But I believe it is limited to Carburetor models because Fuel Injected models need the engine to run to pump the fuel out.

  3. 3 Lyle Landstrom Jun 25th, 2015 at 9:13 am

    The best way to store your bike is to leave it with a full tank of gas and nothing drained. Drained tanks sometimes can build up condensation which turns to rust. Especially here in northern climates where the bike will experience many freeze thaw cycles. I’ve had bikes sit for a year or even more and start right up as long as the battery is charged. But the quick release device is usefull for other purposes.

  4. 4 Chuck C. Jun 25th, 2015 at 11:32 am

    just like Drag Specialties part numbers 0706-0199 1/4″ 0706-0200 5/16

  5. 5 Chris Jun 29th, 2015 at 8:13 am

    Because loosening a hose clamp and pulling a hose off is too much work?

  6. 6 Eric Bowman Jun 29th, 2015 at 2:17 pm

    That there is just a basic ISO 7241-B hydraulic quick coupler, I’d say it looks like 1/4″. Probably in stainless, most manufacturers do a 303 or 304 SS version with viton seals. Obviously a brass one with a nylon barb for the drain connection. Available from your local hose & fittings or hydraulic shop, or I can hook you up.

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