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Old 03-05-2014, 01:27 PM   #1936
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Can someone with factory mufflers please give me the outlet diameter on the muffler.

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Old 03-05-2014, 06:31 PM   #1937
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Old 03-06-2014, 03:35 AM   #1938
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Old 03-06-2014, 03:56 AM   #1939
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Thx for the quick reply guys!
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Old 03-08-2014, 01:59 AM   #1940
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Some questions

I recently got a 950se just after some onfo if possible please gentlemen,
# do the oem voltage regulators fail because of where they are located?,or have they got a internal oem problem?,if its heat related i will relocate it.
#the rottwieler filter system,is it a good thing?any dramas with dirt ingress if mounted and serviced to oem specs?
#any dramas with useing a mikuni diaphram pump instead of the oem pump? thanks
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Old 03-08-2014, 08:16 AM   #1941
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Very happy with my 950 se and the rottwieier (spelling>?), but make sure you use a filter sock, like PC racing. I can remove my filter without removal of the fuel tank, saves lots of time and the extra power is nice.
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Old 03-08-2014, 08:22 AM   #1942
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Had to pinch the little connectors a little on my turn sig, unplugging and plugging back in wasn't a nuff
Ok, crimped the little buggers this time, before crimping I noticed that when they were fully on they seem to sit not completely firm so now there is no dispute and they will need a tractor to pull them out, hopefully this will sort it.

Just need a battery and new front tire, of interest MT21 or Enduro 3 front in Salta Argentina ...... $250 USD , $50 in Peru!!!
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Old 03-08-2014, 06:38 PM   #1943
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Little Carburettor Problem...

I've got a small problem that's stumping me. Bike is stumbling at high speed 75+ mph and ultimately dies. Pull to the side, restart, repeat. If I don't whack it or run at a reasonable pace, it goes all day. Running a Motohooligan intake with reworked jetting from H2W - 45 low, 65 idle, 178f/180r main, IMS @ 2.5, 3.0+mm float. It's a bit rich at sea level, but fine at altitude.
One thing rather strange did occur during the clean and re-jet. There were no lower washers on the slide needles. I thought this strange, but there were no operational issues before this change, so I just reassembled and moved on. With all the other changes, could this be the source of my current issues?
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Old 03-08-2014, 08:29 PM   #1944
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Hmm... If it was just a jetting problem, I can't believe the bike would actually die. Your idle circuit seems right on so the bike should idle. To be clear, you're saying your bike stumbles at high speed and then your rpm goes to ZERO and you have to restart?

Sounds fuel related to me. Any kinked vent lines? Have you tried running with the gas cap open as a starting point?

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I've got a small problem that's stumping me. Bike is stumbling at high speed 75+ mph and ultimately dies. Pull to the side, restart, repeat. If I don't whack it or run at a reasonable pace, it goes all day. Running a Motohooligan intake with reworked jetting from H2W - 45 low, 65 idle, 178f/180r main, IMS @ 2.5, 3.0+mm float. It's a bit rich at sea level, but fine at altitude.
One thing rather strange did occur during the clean and re-jet. There were no lower washers on the slide needles. I thought this strange, but there were no operational issues before this change, so I just reassembled and moved on. With all the other changes, could this be the source of my current issues?
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Old 03-09-2014, 12:49 AM   #1945
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Old 03-09-2014, 12:52 AM   #1946
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I've got a small problem that's stumping me. Bike is stumbling at high speed 75+ mph and ultimately dies. Pull to the side, restart, repeat. If I don't whack it or run at a reasonable pace, it goes all day. Running a Motohooligan intake with reworked jetting from H2W - 45 low, 65 idle, 178f/180r main, IMS @ 2.5, 3.0+mm float. It's a bit rich at sea level, but fine at altitude.
One thing rather strange did occur during the clean and re-jet. There were no lower washers on the slide needles. I thought this strange, but there were no operational issues before this change, so I just reassembled and moved on. With all the other changes, could this be the source of my current issues?
Needles at?
Ambient temperature?
If I got it right, if you open the thottle slowly it is fine up to 100% throttle, but it dies on hard acceleration, correct?
Also, I beileve you meant LEAN @ sea level, fine at altitude. Is there any case your problem appeared with dropped outside temperatures?
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Old 03-09-2014, 05:09 PM   #1947
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Hmm... If it was just a jetting problem, I can't believe the bike would actually die. Your idle circuit seems right on so the bike should idle. To be clear, you're saying your bike stumbles at high speed and then your rpm goes to ZERO and you have to restart?

Sounds fuel related to me. Any kinked vent lines? Have you tried running with the gas cap open as a starting point?
Not a problem with the tank. I swapped from the stock to the Safari, checked all the lines, filter is showing flow, and pump vacuum lines have no kinks. I popped the gas cap and the symptoms persist.
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Old 03-09-2014, 05:15 PM   #1948
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Not a problem with the tank. I swapped from the stock to the Safari, checked all the lines, filter is showing flow, and pump vacuum lines have no kinks. I popped the gas cap and the symptoms persist.
Which fuel pump? stock, vacuum, facet? Sounds like it running it self out of fuel. Low float level maybe.
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Old 03-09-2014, 05:18 PM   #1949
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Needles at?
Ambient temperature?
If I got it right, if you open the thottle slowly it is fine up to 100% throttle, but it dies on hard acceleration, correct?
Also, I beileve you meant LEAN @ sea level, fine at altitude. Is there any case your problem appeared with dropped outside temperatures?
1) Third position. I can't help but think that it has something to do with no thin shim washers under the needles; but as I said, it ran fine before w/o them. I'm in search of those now.
2) 50 to 70degF. That's kind of the way it is here on the Central Coast.
3) Yeah, sorry about that. Lean, but not overly so.
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Old 03-09-2014, 05:30 PM   #1950
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Which fuel pump? stock, vacuum, facet? Sounds like it running it self out of fuel. Low float level maybe.
I'm running a vacuum pump and had similar thoughts. It does react similar to running dry. Next is to check with a Facet I've got lying around. It could be that, even though the vacuum line looks OK, it may not be pulling sufficiently. After that, it's the floats, although they were set just North of 3mm when I did the rebuild.
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