After reviewing prior posts I believe the following is the most complete process for winterizing my 9.9 Suzuki (with oil injection).1. Add fuel stablizer to the existing gas.2. Run for at least 15 min to get the stabilized fuel well into the engine.3. Run at 1500rpm spray in foging oil let it smoke bring to idle spray more oil and let it stall by removing fuel feed4. Remove all plugs and spray cylinders with storage oil turn engine buy hand put plugs back in respray engine with wd40.5. I like to put rags in carbs and exhaust keeps things out.6. Drain fuel tank and store empty.7. Next year, fill with new fuel and go. Better to use new fuel, than trust stabilized fuel, and fuel filters will get rid of any condensation.Wondering the following:To empty the fuel tank for the winter, can I take the stabilized fuel and use in my car?With the Suzuki oil injection (I run with unmixed gas in the tank), is it advisable to use a 50:1 mix for the first tank to get a little extra lubrication?Any other comments or suggestions on winterizing would be great. Thanks again.