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Re:Fuel Injection Facts and Tips
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Re:Fuel Injection Facts and Tips 3 Months, 2 Weeks ago  
Sorry for the lack of updates. I took the tank off and checked all the hoses. All of them are connected and are in good condition. No rotting, holes, or splitting. Haven't been able to pull the injectors since I live at an apartment and the office has been on my case about working on it. Gonna end up having to leave it at my dad's house or take it back to the shop.
 
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Re:Fuel Injection Facts and Tips 2 Weeks, 6 Days ago  
Any updates for us?
 
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Re:Fuel Injection Facts and Tips 1 Day, 18 Hours ago  
Long coming update.

So, due to work and family schedules getting the priority, i'm finally able to report back to you guys. I know the forum is moving to the new site but I'll post this up here for now. Pull the fuel injectors and they were clean and flowed just fine. Had them cleaned non the less. also blew out the whole fuel rail plumbing just in case. Still have the issue of it not wanting to run right. Just seems like i'm not holding fuel pressure and the bike is acting like it's out of gas under load. One of the guys who helped me check it out thinks it may be the ECU since all this popping and crap is not throwing codes at all. we even tried to force it to throw a code and nothing ever happens. I'm gonna see if any Arizona guys would be willing to swap out their ECU with me for a few minutes to see if anything happens. I'm also ordering a new fuel pressure regulator just in case since i have other parts that are worn out not related to the problem. SO the hunt continues.
 
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