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post #1 of 36 (permalink) Old 03-28-2014, 07:41 AM Thread Starter
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I have a 2006 Ness Jackpot and tried to start the bike today after riding last weekend and it will barely idle and will not take any acceleration. It pops and backfires and then stalls. I checked the plugs and they are dry black carbon covered. Replaced plugs with no improvement. I filled the tank during my ride and then rode 70 miles with no problems. Could I have gotten bad gas or something else? There has not been any problems with the bike before this.

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Hi jhughes,

That sound like trouble.... better you empty the fuel tank as it could be that there is some 'water" or "dirt" like you say? then try again,

But if there is a Victory shop near by why not stop at them??

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Check battery terminals are tight.

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It does sound as if it is fuel delivery issues.

The battery terminals and voltage across the 40 amp Ckt breaker is always worth checking. Many people replace the 40 amp Circuit breaker with a BUSS automotive design, made with a metal case, seems better, stronger. Follow the positive lead from the battery to find it. Sort of in behind the battery on my 04 Kingpin.

I hope it is only the filters, but check delivery pressure and flow as well.
If I had a bad pump, I would ship it to Rylan at the Vic Shop for rebuild. It would be worth the gamble that it was rebuildable, especially if the motor still runs. And I figured you would mention if you did not hear the fuel pump prime any more.

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#1 how old is your battery. If it new with in the last 3 years battery could be good.
#2 If battery cables are tight then there good.

You said you pulled the plugs and there dry. You have bad fuel pump.

Call Rylan at the Vic shop he can rebuild it. He can even tell you how to check the pump. You should have 50psi

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I can hear the fuel pump prime when I engage the ignition. I will check the electrical connections, fuel filter and replace the gas as a possible cause.

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The battery is new and the terminals are clean.

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thanks Rylan for your help

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I found that fuel pressure video informative but do you also have the ability to repair a fuel pump for the 106/6 engine? In the video it looks like you are strictly ready to rebuild the 100 ci engine fuel pumps and not the more modern ones.

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