After reading some threads here, just wondering if Evinrude injection oil(s) are formulated with a fuel stabilizer? If not, what stabilizer do you guys or Evinrude recommend. Even if Evinrude injection oil has a fuel stabilizer in it, I supsect using a fuel stabilizer in the fuel tank may be a good idea especially depending upon how much use your engine is seeing...
Unfortunately getting ethanol free gas at the various docks around here won't be possible (as my boat will be living its season at a buoy on the chuck. If I was hauling it in and out each trip I woluld just spin by a Chevron Stn which has ethanol free fuel.
There are no fuel stabilizers in the Evinrude lubricants.
As your operator's guide directs, use Evinrude 2+4 Fuel Conditioner in the gasoline
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