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    Emptying Fuel Tank MK6 R

    Hi guys,

    I have done a bit of research and spoke to a few people but I am curious as to what methods people have used to empty their fuel tanks.

    I am about to get my car back after having a few bits put on and being with APR I have the ability to switch tunes using the cruise stalk to higher octane files. Previously I would just run the car down and worked well enough considering how well it ran but with the new setup I am wanting to do it the right way.

    Let me know your thoughts.

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    easy to just disconnect fuel feed line/ return line underneath the car preferably and lead it into a drum or jerry can , then open the drivers side door and car will try to prime

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