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bike died

Discussion in 'Technical and Troubleshooting Torque' at netrider.net.au started by tinkerbike, Apr 9, 2005.

  1. was ridding my bike along industrial hwy in newy, when i thought id give the girl a bit, a couple of secs later the bike just died.
    pushed her to a servo that only takes a bp card..... spewin
    thought id give her another crack started first go...
    took the bike apart and found a little fuel filter fool of sh*t.
    $5 filter and back to normal.



    didnt know it had one lucky though.
     
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  2. $5: a small price for resurrection. :)
     
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  3. too right

    the relief only $5 can give
     
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  4. My first bike (suzuki 1986 GSX250r) would die every time if I went over 120km/h.... I could never restart the thing for 24hours and than it would start up first go... I have looked at every thing on that bike... never found out why it did that...
     
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  5. kink in yuh fuel line, or maybe u have a fuel filter too, could even be yuh tap on the fuel tank

    bike on
     
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