Our friends at MotoCaribe run a tour business in the Dominican Republic. They have a fleet of Suzuki 650 V-stroms that have suffered from the poor quality fuel they find as they tour the island. Robert Cooper (owner) outfitted his fleet of bikes with a Guglatech M12006 fuel filter. He was so impressed by the performance that he made this video.
(Note: we don’t recommend turning the filter inside-out for cleaning as Robert did in the video. That can damage the filter. Instead, flush with fresh fuel. Or fill the filter with water, slosh it around to get the contaminants in suspension, then pour it out. Repeat as needed. Let it air-dry and re-install.)
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