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Old 05-29-2019, 09:06 AM
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Parts should be in today. I'll let y'all know how it goes as soon as I have a chance to get them on.
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Old 05-29-2019, 05:58 PM
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Took 4-5 kicks (gas line was completely dry). Idled well and no bog. It started up well warm also. I'm going to let it cool off for a few hrs to make sure its back to dead cold and see how it starts now that the line is primed.
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Cool!
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Old 05-30-2019, 10:23 AM
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Still taking a few kicks from cold. I may have to find a better starting procedure for it that allows the condenser to charge up before trying to start it.
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Been in and out of the throttle body a few times and I would still like it to start better. So far, I have cleaned the fuel injector, throttle body, spark plug, checked valve clearances, re-cleaned fast idle plunger.
I suspected the plunger because it starts up at almost a regular idle with the plunger out. Then, after a while the idle will come up as I play around with the plunger (tap it, slightly rotate it either way but not far enough to adjust it a full click). I cleaned the passages with a q-tip and contact cleaner and then blew them out with compressed air at a low setting (in case that might damage the map sensor). It's weird to me because the bike runs well once she's up and running. It also starts right back up once its warm. Also, once it fires it will start right back up if I kill it without letting it warm up much at all (2-3 seconds).
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Old 06-27-2019, 09:03 AM
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Poor performing fuel pump when it's sat for a while?
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Old 06-27-2019, 12:35 PM
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That could be it, but as soon as it fires up it runs fine (no bog). I tested the pump with a 12v source and it put out the correct amount of fuel (don't recall the spec from the manual). Last night I tried starting it a bit different and was pleasantly surprised. I haphazardly spun it over 3-4 times, put it just past TDC and give it two swift kicks (one right after the other) and it fired right up. I'll be trying this a few times to make sure the bike behaves well if anyone ever comes to buy it (it's been ridiculously slow this summer).
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