Motorcycle Fuel Tank Repair Kit

Seal Small Gas Tanks

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POR-15 Motorcycle Fuel Tank Repair Kit

POR-15 Motorcycle Fuel Tank Repair Kit has been designed for the special needs of bikes and other small metal fuel tanks such as recreational vehicles, snowmobiles, outboards, generators, pumps, etc.

POR-15 Motorcycle Fuel Tank Repair Kit has everything you need to repair and seal your motorcycle tank. These motorcycle tank restoration products will stop rust, corrosion, and seal pinhole leaks. Your fuel tank will be impervious to all additives, fuels, including the new Stage II fuels which have higher alcohol content. It has superior strength and fuel resistance.

Order a POR-15 Motorcycle Fuel Tank Repair Kit today, and experience its quality and durability for yourself!

Thismotorcycle gas tank rust removal kitincludes 8 fl oz of silver fuel tank sealer that coats up to a six-gallon tank.

Fuel tank must be free of plastic parts and contamination before sealing. Give us a call if you have any questions.

Kit Contains

  • POR-15 Cleaner Degreaser to remove gum, sludge, varnish
  • POR-15 Metal Prep to remove rust & prepare the tank for sealer
  • POR-15 Fuel Tank Sealer creates a permanently sealed tank
  • Reinforcing fabric for patching holes or reinforcing weak areas
  • Applicator for applying patching fabric to the exterior of the tank
  • Detailed instructions to take you easily through each step of tank restoration

Step-by-Step Restoration

Before Fuel Tank Repair
Before: This fuel tank had small pinhole leaks on the end near the seam. If the tank had a competitor's old failed sealer, it should be removed before starting the repair process.
Step 1 fuel tank repair
Step 1: Mix 1 quart Cleaner Degreaser with 1 quart of hot water. This solution will be used to remove any gum, varnish, or sludge from the inside of the tank.

Step 2 fuel tank repair
Step 2: Pour the entire bottle of Metal Prep to dissolve rust, coat the tank with zinc phosphate, and etch the metal for better adhesion of the sealer.

Step 3 fuel tank repair
Step 3: After the tank is clean, drain the tank and rinse thoroughly with water. Let the tank dry. When totally dry, pour in the entire can of Fuel Tank Sealer.

Step 4 fuel tank repair
Step 4: After all surfaces have been coated, drain the tank for about an hour to remove excess sealer from the tank.
Completed fuel tank repair
Step 5: Once repaired, use fuel preservation & stabilizer to keep your entire fuel system in proper working order and to avoid "stale gas" problems in your future!

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Customer Reviews

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Jay Alexander

Did a fantastic job. Used it on my 4-wheeler tank. As long as you have patience it will work great

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Mike Roy
Small fuel tank repair

The product was used as advertised and worked as advertised.
I have a small 3200 generator that a fuel tank started rusting. I didn't need that.
I did some thing like this 30+ years ago on a motorcycle gas tank and it worked then and it works now I couldn't ask for a better product
It does work as advertised as long as you do it, right

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Scott Bicknell
Reconditioned Harley Tank

This 3 part system exceeded my expectations. Great product so far but only time will tell how it will hold up. After the liner install, the tank looked new inside and seems to be a very durable, smooth finish.

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Victor Silva
Seal the tank nicely

Used it on my motorcycle tank . I had some pin holes and rust in the tank. Being that the bike is a 1985 it was hard to find a good fuel tank. I used por-15 on it . Now the rust and pin holes are gone. It’s very easy to use .

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Donald

Excellent Products • solved my rust issue inside my 2000 zrx fuel tank • like new now • previous owner neglected this motorcycle for 9yrs • all restored and its back to its glory days • thanks to POR-15

Download Instruction Sheet

- POR-15 Motorcycle Fuel Tank Repair Kit Directions

It is important to understand each product in your repair kit and how it works. Proper chemical interaction is essential for achieving the best possible bond of the sealer to the inside of the tank. Fuel Tank Sealer does not adhere well to plastic. If your fuel tank contains plastic components inside, they should be removed before applying Fuel Tank Sealer.

Please remember these instructions are general guide lines only and cannot and do not cover every application and environment. If you remain unsure as how to proceed, please call toll-free for technical advice at 800-457-6715.