Originally Posted by Randy
One of our club members also recommended him so I will try to get my old pump and send it to him for a backup if needed. I'm just glad it's under warranty, I made it to the shop and didn't have to do the embarassing push of shame. Only 2400 miles on the bike, surprised it failed but it has been sitting for awhile before I bought it. Maybe something dried up, cracked and gave out, diaphram seal? I'll find out though if I send it to Rylan.
The Sitting is exactly what did it, I replaced my pump at 417 miles, this year on the 2004 that i just bought, The guy left gas in it and never rode the bike as told by the mileage. It gums up the pump. Get the pump from the dealer cause they are not going to replace the pump on the assembly anyway, they will replace the Whole assembly. Before you send to Rylan, you might also try to soak it in some seafoam and tap it with a hammer, you might be able to free it up yourself, unfortunately, that was not the case for mine, mine was toast.