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Old 12-27-2019, 08:03 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Seeking help and the knowledge of you guys....I disconnected the hose to empty my fuel tank after draining the old fuel out I reconnected the hose and fill the tank up with fresh new gas. The problem is now that the bike idles really bad and low and then it dies. If I hold the throttle it sounds strange but if I let go it dies. I not an expert, any insight will be greatly appreciated. Thanks
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Old 12-28-2019, 01:11 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Could you describe exactly which hose you disconnected. Is it on the right side near the heads, or on the left behind the side cover, or . . .

Also, did you remove or fiddle with any other item same time?

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It was actually the behind the cover. that was the only one I removed to empty the tank
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Try spraying the inside of the connectors with WD-40 and when you re-connect make sure you get a nice click.
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Okay so you emptied the top main tank. But not the underseat tank. I agree with Stretch its probably good to start with the dry break is not lubed so did not click together all the way. Or the vent hose got crimped between the frame and the underside of the top fuel tank on re-install. Let us know if that helps you, okay?
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ill try that, also is there a way to empty the reserve tank so all fuel is fresh?
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Yes. There is a high pressure hose right side, disconnect it at joint then turn key to spray fuel into a bonfire (or a safe container lol).

Plenty of posts and threads on this so will not add another. When searching, use criteria something like 'how to empty bottom underseat fuel tank."
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