Post by trashtruck12172 on Jul 10, 2016 20:57:45 GMT -6
it's possible with that low mileage and a compression jump the rings may not have seated yet and the motor needs to be broken in. i suspect compression may increase as the miles increase. also, was timing set on the compression stroke?
Post by trashtruck12172 on Jul 6, 2016 9:32:14 GMT -6
you may have to disable the kill switch on the bike and wire it into the alarm system. turning the key off should kill the engine. using the diagram you supplied, the wire i don't understand is labeled antenna (engine cut off). it also looks like the unit's pink wire goes to the key switch in stead of the wh/bk wire, but I could be wrong.
Post by trashtruck12172 on Jun 29, 2016 18:08:23 GMT -6
bypass the petcock with an external fuel source, (gas can)and gravity feed it with a hose to the top of the fuel filter or directly to the carb. this should let you know if the petcock is bad or not. remember to block the vacuum source.