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post #31 of 54 (permalink) Old 06-16-2017, 05:38 PM
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I dunno but what I do when that happens is just move on.

The Internet and these browser get broken sometimes. All we can do is live with it all and move on hoping it gets better later on I guess.
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Yeah submersible fuel pumps make a filter before the pump essential for pump life.
I try to fill up at large stations, if they're getting a tanker delivery I keep going to the next station. Don't want all the stirred up gunk off bottom of their holding tanks in my tank.



Again Honda Goldwing multi port fuel injection submersible pump, high pressure, only has a screen. How is it they run 500,000 miles with no issues? No idea what it looks like, its not a scheduled service part.

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Again Honda Goldwing multi port fuel injection submersible pump, high pressure, only has a screen. How is it they run 500,000 miles with no issues? No idea what it looks like, its not a scheduled service part.
Goldwing engine is also used in a Honda car isn't it?
That's what I was told.
The tolerances are probably quite large in comparison with our filters, pumps, and injectorisms ( I've invented a new word)
And the minute crap that our systems catch just passes through the Honda system and gets burnt and passes out the exhaust.
I'm not about to race out and buy a goldwing to get around the in-tank fuel filter issue though.
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Goldwing engine is also used in a Honda car isn't it?
That's what I was told.
The tolerances are probably quite large in comparison with our filters, pumps, and injectorisms ( I've invented a new word)
And the minute crap that our systems catch just passes through the Honda system and gets burnt and passes out the exhaust.
I'm not about to race out and buy a goldwing to get around the in-tank fuel filter issue though.
What other manufacturers do has little bearing on your our current Victory motorcycles.
It's all hypothetical.

I don't think its used in any car that I know of and it is relative. They use a high pressure fuel pump as well. Also Victory loves to jam this crap of how often they need to be replaced. I had a wing, no interest in ever owning another but then Ill never own another Vic either. I only allow them to burn me once and I move on. Besides my bike is worn out.

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I don't think its used in any car that I know of and it is relative. They use a high pressure fuel pump as well. Also Victory loves to jam this crap of how often they need to be replaced. I had a wing, no interest in ever owning another but then Ill never own another Vic either. I only allow them to burn me once and I move on. Besides my bike is worn out.
You wore out a Vic? How many miles on it?
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You wore out a Vic? How many miles on it?
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quart of oil every 1200 miles, transmission sounds like an old farm truck with no sync when you go into first, 6th whines so loud its distracting and progressively getting worse. I have to change plugs every 6 to 8 thousand miles. Right now its not much more than a POS.

I'm hoping it will last till the end of July when I retire. Ill park it then and change out the engine this winter. Too hot now
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prolly did not use the RIGHT OIL!!!!!!
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