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|02-07-2018 04:00 PM|
|vulkan||So far new battery seems to "fix" the issue!!|
|01-15-2018 03:19 PM|
|vulkan||So cant find my "Had to walk home thread" so...took bike to shop for charge system check...for 35 bucks told me AGM sealed battery no good.So picked one up from Advance for $75...hope that does it.|
|08-10-2017 05:47 PM|
|vulkan||Anyway back to my issue...rode FINE to work today!!Got my fingers crossed (not while riding though).|
|08-10-2017 09:22 AM|
yeah I think the injectors on my '92 Pathfinder are starting to go, too
then again, that's at 245k miles...
and I have to take the intake plenum off to replace them...
what is it with my vehicles and having air intakes block access to fuel delivery systems? intake plenum, surge tank, same foe
|08-10-2017 09:02 AM|
Originally Posted by ubertalldude View Post
|08-09-2017 08:39 PM|
|Knifemaker||Sounds like the Seafoam did its J.O.B.|
|08-09-2017 04:39 PM|
same kinda thing happened to me a few weeks ago.
I can see why they got rid of carburetors in the grand scheme of things
|08-09-2017 03:18 PM|
|vulkan||My Vulcan was "Chugging" along acting sluggish...like its been.One point I was like "OK gonna throttle this bit** "...sucker jumped from 55+ to 70 wabam!!So hoping something blew out a jet..or somthin.Rode normal last 2-3 miles to the 'ol J.O.B.|
|08-08-2017 11:37 PM|
I wondered the same thing!
In my inexperience I'd check for a blockage in the main jets. Seafoam might not do anything to a complete blockage, or a major blockage caused by solid particles. How does the inside of the tank look? any rust etc?
|08-08-2017 07:59 PM|
|vulkan||hmmm wonder what issue could be??|
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