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Old 11-20-2012, 05:58 PM   #71 (permalink)
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Whats a Fuel pak?
Hey feel pack is a made from vansen Hines it's kind of like a power commander 3 the only difference is from a fuel pack to a power Commander for every for every gear cal call valuesz
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Old 11-20-2012, 06:00 PM   #72 (permalink)
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If it is spark problem, it will smell like gas until spark is good, then it will start.
Did you check connections under tank etc?
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Don't think its the plugs I changed them out at 55000 miles so thay are new went back with stock NHL plug
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Old 11-20-2012, 06:54 PM   #73 (permalink)
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And as I start it I smells like fuel bad as I am trying to start . And I did notes it got harder after I put the fuel pak on to
See - this is what I meant when I said"aaaand.." You slowly give us more information that changes the whole picture. If it started starting harder unplug the fuel pak and see what happens. If that solves the problem, then obviously there is something wrong with it, or it is set improperly. My cobra has a setting for idle. If yours is similar, then you have the idle set way too rich.
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i did what thay told me to do on my settings
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Sounds like its working perfectly then.
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Sounds like its working perfectly then.
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Joey

From you're Youtube video... it's the LCV stuck closed.

Every time the engine and the little brass temp sensor cool off enough, the LCV is re-activated... even on hot days.

From what it sounds like, and you reporting that is smells really badly of gas when it does start.. it's really rich because the LCV is not opening and allowing in the extra air it would normally, to allow the higher idle when cold. You can remove it, clean it, and re-install it. Or you can just remove it all together and use your hand to hold the throttle open for cold starts like I do now that I've deleted my LCV.

It's a bit of a pain on cold days.. but it works just fine!

Don't forget to cap off the vacuum lines from the throttle bodies that would be fed by the LCV.... DO NOT tie them together.. they need to stay separate!!!! (I found out the hard way!! lol)

Good luck man!!
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A couple of us had this discussion a couple of weeks ago. I WANT YOU TO TRY THIS, once you get your bike started try squirting some spray brake cleaner or WD-40 around the intake manifolds or anyplace else you added or removed air cleaner stuff. If the idle jumps up you've got a leak.
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