Has anyone had any trouble with their fuel level sender and if so, what did you do and is there a way to fix the old one or do I just get a new one?
If I put in more fuel, that means my arthritic joints would hurt even more at the next fuel stop . But no, I've never heard of anyone drilling vent holes.On a similar note, I dont want to Shang Hi the thread. But What about filling up? It seems to me there at the end it is slow to "burp" the last bit of fuel in, probably because no way for air to get out once fuel get to top. I shake bike and wait on it. My RSV alot of us took and put a hole or 2 in that flange to let the air out. Anyone done that on their Victory.
Interesting to know about the duty cycle. I realize the startup is a short cycle to get the line pressurized. Is there a sensor to control that cycle based on some kind of pressure measurement? I guess it must be internal to the pump itself since there are no extra wires for that function coming out of the tank.Electric fuel pumps run on a duty cycle. Thats why when you first turn key on you hear the "buzz" Then it quits. But yea about 180 miles I'm ready for a quick break.