Gang, I found and purchased a "barn bike"..... Ok, so most won't consider this a barn bike since it is still pretty new, but here's the story.... 60 year old purchased the bike back in 2009. Put 120 miles on it and then let it sit in the garage until this week... when I purchased it. It has been sitting for 9+ years. Of course it won't start.... so my work begins. It's a 2009 Kawasaki KLW250S that I purchased for the wife, so that we can explore a little more, off the tarmac. I am completely ignorant regarding different types of cleaners, etc.... So I need the collective advice here. Step #1: Drain the fuel tank. Step #2: Pull the carb, take it apart for proper cleaning. (which I need to do anyway, as I need to re-jet.... live at 7,500 elevation) Step #3: replace fuel line from tank to carb. If this were your bike, what would you use? I think it prudent to flush the gas tank..... but is there an additive or cleaner that I need to include with the fuel? What is the best carb cleaner? Once finished, should I run a tank of gas that has some sort of cleaning additive? I've heard guys talk about SeaFoam, etc.... Just don't know what is the best. Thanks in advance for the advice.