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post #16301 of 16425 (permalink) Old 04-25-2019, 11:19 AM
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Started it but didnít ride it. Bike was stuttering a bit last night. This morning, no click from fuel pump. Looking to replace it. Pump for 95 is $99 and pump for my 94 is $140?? Are they interchangeable?


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Started it but didnít ride it. Bike was stuttering a bit last night. This morning, no click from fuel pump. Looking to replace it. Pump for 95 is $99 and pump for my 94 is $140?? Are they interchangeable?


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Look them up on partzilla.com. They will tell you which pump fits which models.
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Hopped pass her, three more weeks and I'll be able to walk again somewhat. Then I can wire my horn up and prayerfully ride by September. Healing very good, Dr. Says I'm doing great. Took cast off and put on heavy boot.

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Walked past the shadow this morning. Loaded up the street glide and wife and rode to pigeon forge. Running around here tomorrow then over the mountain to meet some forum peeps for dragon days. Hopefully this rain moves on. Pouring pretty good now.
Felt almost wrong to leave the shadow at home for this trip, I still enjoy riding her, and would have brought her without a second thought.... but.... the mrs has been spoiled on the new one. Dont think I could convince her to get on the shadow for more than a trip to town for ice cream or bourbons. Oh well. I guess there are worse problems to have.
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post #16305 of 16425 (permalink) Old 04-26-2019, 12:11 AM
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Went for a ride then changed the oil and filter.

Was going to wash it, but did not get around to it.

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Look them up on partzilla.com. They will tell you which pump fits which models.


Thanks for the reply. Guess Iím shelling out for the expensive one...


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I took her out to practice starting into a turn, and get more comfortable riding so I can ultimately ride her to work, and then laid her down in a slow speed figure eight. Poor Nimbus. I really didn't mean to lay her down. Impressed the heck outta some folks in the parking lot when I was able to pick her up by myself, and then hopped back on and rode home with my tail between my legs.
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I took her out to practice starting into a turn, and get more comfortable riding so I can ultimately ride her to work, and then laid her down in a slow speed figure eight. Poor Nimbus. I really didn't mean to lay her down. Impressed the heck outta some folks in the parking lot when I was able to pick her up by myself, and then hopped back on and rode home with my tail between my legs.

Those figure 8's are always my nemesis slow speed maneuvers
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Those figure 8's are always my nemesis slow speed maneuvers

The trick to those slow speed maneuvers is to stay completely off the front brake.

Constantly ride the back brake and keep the clutch feathered.
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The trick to those slow speed maneuvers is to stay completely off the front brake.

Constantly ride the back brake and keep the clutch feathered.
What he said and don't forget to LOOK where you want to go not where you have been.

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