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Howdy... The fuel pump in my bike appears to have frozen up during the three years or so that it's been sitting. I'm assuming that the only way to access it is to remove the big triangular frame member that the pump lives behind (which the battery box mounts to)? And if so, any caveats about taking it off? Don't have a service manual and would be grateful for any tips, or if there's a less invasive way I can't see. Thanks much.
 

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fuel.jpg here is what I hope will show you what you are trying to talk about..
1 1013242A6 TANK, FUEL, BLACK/STEEL GRAY 1 Usage
1 1013242A6 TANK, FUEL, BLACK/STEEL GRAY 1 Usage
1 1013242A6 TANK, FUEL, BLACK/STEEL GRAY 1 Usage
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1 1013242A2 WELD-TANK,FUEL,CAL,BLK,GLD PIN Substituted by 2520253A2-SP 1 Usage
1 1013242A2 WELD-TANK,FUEL,CAL,BLK,GLD PIN Substituted by 2520253A2-SP 1 Usage
1 1013242A4 WELD-TANK,FUEL,CAL,P-301/P-266 Substituted by 2520253A4-SP 1 Usage
1 1013242A4 WELD-TANK,FUEL,CAL,P-301/P-266 Substituted by 2520253A4-SP 1 Usage
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3 7517723 SCREW 4 Usage
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4 7556155 WSHR,(10)FL,10X2 6 Usage
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9 5830193 GASKET-FUEL SENDER 1 Usage
10 5811878 GROMMET-RUBBER,FUEL TANK,FRONT 2 Usage
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12 7080894 CLAMP,HOSE,12-17MM DIA 6 Usage
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18 2520131 QUICKDISC,FUELFEED,MALE,TEE 1 Usage
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18 1500199 O-RING 1 Usage
19 5411914 HOSE,TANK/QUIK DSC,MOD,LH Substituted by 5411929 1 Usage
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21 7080895 CLAMP,HOSE,16-22MM DIA 2 Usage
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30 1500199 O-RING 1 Usage
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30 5131507 FUELLINE,QUICK DISC,MALE 1 Usage
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34 1253174 INJECTOR, FUEL 2 Usage
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Thanks, but I have a download of the parts manual. The picture shows how the fuel system fits together, but doesn't give any indication of the best way to access the pump for removal. I know where it is; just hoping someone here has changed one out and can confirm the best way to get to it with the least amount of aggravation.
 

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Thanks, but I have a download of the parts manual. The picture shows how the fuel system fits together, but doesn't give any indication of the best way to access the pump for removal. I know where it is; just hoping someone here has changed one out and can confirm the best way to get to it with the least amount of aggravation.
Search tech section for user BBob and service Manual, im pretty sure he has a digital manual that should get you rolling. Careful ofthefuel disconnect at the base of the tank. Plan on cleaning your TBs while your in there.

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Usually I just pull the battery out and remove the battery box. Saves a lot of aggravation.
BTW my shop sells replacement pumps for a fraction of what Victory wants.
 

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Usually I just pull the battery out and remove the battery box. Saves a lot of aggravation.
BTW my shop sells replacement pumps for a fraction of what Victory wants.
Yeah, I'm planning to get in touch about the pump, Ryan, thanks. I've already got the battery box off- behind it is that thick-steel triangular shaped left-side frame member, with the fuel pump mounted behind ("inside") it. So what I'm asking is, anything special about removing that steel plate to get to the pump? Or just twist out all those allen bolts, and pull it off? Or is there a better way to get to the pump? Grateful for any help.
 

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By the way, I apologize- meant to post this in the tech section. Mods, please move to that forum. Thanks.
 

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Search tech section for user BBob and service Manual, im pretty sure he has a digital manual that should get you rolling. Careful ofthefuel disconnect at the base of the tank. Plan on cleaning your TBs while your in there.

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Thanks Tim, but it looks like the oldest service manual is the '02-'04, and by that time the fuel pump had moved from inside the frame to inside the tank.

Re. the disconnect- what a joke! There was still a little bit of old gas in the tank which I went to drain, first thing, before working on the bike. Disconnect broke the first time I touched it (I guess it is 13-year old plastic, after all). Replaced it with a brass tee fitting from Lowe's.
 

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Yeah, I'm planning to get in touch about the pump, Ryan, thanks. I've already got the battery box off- behind it is that thick-steel triangular shaped left-side frame member, with the fuel pump mounted behind ("inside") it. So what I'm asking is, anything special about removing that steel plate to get to the pump? Or just twist out all those allen bolts, and pull it off? Or is there a better way to get to the pump? Grateful for any help.
Just remove the bolts and it'll come right off. Easy.
 

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Thanks Tim, but it looks like the oldest service manual is the '02-'04, and by that time the fuel pump had moved from inside the frame to inside the tank.

Re. the disconnect- what a joke! There was still a little bit of old gas in the tank which I went to drain, first thing, before working on the bike. Disconnect broke the first time I touched it (I guess it is 13-year old plastic, after all). Replaced it with a brass tee fitting from Lowe's.
Yea I have heard the disconnect sucks! I will try to remember BBob doesnt have teh 99-01 stuff, sure thought he did. Hes got almost everything else rounded up for us... lol.. Good luck and let us know when your up and running! Ryan will get you hooked up with the parts, thats for sure. Safe ridin bud

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