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What have you done for your motorcycle lately?
Yep, petcock is on.   Bike still won't start.  Friend is thinking its the fuel pump or a relay.   Very bummed out as the nice weather has finally arrived.

I'll be working the next 2 weeks straight.  At this pace I won't be riding until June.    Sigh
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(05-05-2024, 07:46 PM)PhoenixyzF Wrote: there was no resistance on the pump.  But on the wire connecting to the pump there was no voltage, either.  At a complete loss....
It's unlikely that you would have 2 faults at the same time. Double check the resistance at the pump. Should be approx. 2 ohms measuring from blue/black to black wires from pump. Depending on the meter, it might read zero ohms, which would be ok. High resistance or 'OL' reading would be a bad pump.
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Thank you for the replies.   Well ....hehe.... when I was cleaning I switched the coil packs.  She's up and running...  Smile

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Congrats on figuring it out. A wise old man once told me "The first thing to check is the last thing you fixed."
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(05-06-2024, 09:12 PM)PhoenixyzF Wrote: when I was cleaning I switched the coil packs.  She's up and running...  Smile
Glad to hear you got it up and running.
But the swapped coils doesn't explain the fuel pump, did it turn out it was already primed, or something else?
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(05-07-2024, 12:34 PM)tuning-forks Wrote:
(05-06-2024, 09:12 PM)PhoenixyzF Wrote: when I was cleaning I switched the coil packs.  She's up and running...  Smile
Glad to hear you got it up and running. 
But the swapped coils doesn't explain the fuel pump, did it turn out it was already primed, or something else?

I'm thinking it must've been primed. Getting stoked to finally ride and try out those brakes Smile
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She's done!![Image: 06d0003b48c87a09a278e883c9adcd17.jpg][Image: 87446c01709b707dfebacb346444edbd.jpg]

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Geez....is 5mm of static sag ok?? I got to 28mm sag at the rear (no gear). Maybe I need a new spring ....(Shock was rebuilt one year ago)[Image: 85e51ab6524517464932d6b0372b0caa.jpg]

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(05-13-2024, 05:12 PM)PhoenixyzF Wrote: Geez....is 5mm of static sag ok?? I got to 28mm sag at the rear (no gear).  Maybe I need a new spring ....(Shock was rebuilt one year ago)[Image: 85e51ab6524517464932d6b0372b0caa.jpg]

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What does the manual call for?   I would expect more than that. (Like 20-ish?)

Looks great, by the way!
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(05-14-2024, 10:03 AM)Reserector Wrote: What does the manual call for?   I would expect more than that. (Like 20-ish?)

Looks great, by the way!


Thank-you~ Smile    

I'll check the manual regarding the static sag....it never occurred to me to check there...hehe.  I also contacted the company that rebuilt the shock for me, too.
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Unfortunately, I don't think you will find anything about sag setting in either the user or shop manual. The only thing they tell you is that the shock itself has 64mm travel, and the standard preload setting for the spring is '3'.

edit: I think that info should be in this thread: http://www.yzf600r.reserector.com/thread-14574.html
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