POR-15 - 49229 - Motorcycle Fuel Tank Sealer Kit

POR-15 - 49229 - Motorcycle Fuel Tank Sealer Kit

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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. Fuel tank must be free of plastic parts and contamination before sealing.


  • 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



  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.
  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.
  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.
  4. After all surfaces have been coated, drain the tank for about an hour to remove excess sealer from the tank.
  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!


Ensure application of this product takes place in an area with adequate ventilation, and that respirator masks and appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) are worn.