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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 07-02-2013, 11:18 AM Thread Starter
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Fuelpak ruff idel

Have 2012 RG Arlen Ness big sucker air cleaner , Vance an Hines true duals and CFR's and a fuelpak. No matter warm or cold after a minute or so while ideling the Rpm's dip below 1000 and starts to labor and eventually dies unless I give it gas. Called Vance an Hines told me to increase modes 1 an 2 by 2 numbers up on each mode, any ideas for help


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Did you do all the work yourself? Is the check engine light on or are there any codes? I have the V&H fuelpak and never really had any problems. And if i did their tech support took good care of me.

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I guess you did not answer my question but you did feel the need to reply with useless knowledge.


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Did you do all the work yourself? Is the check engine light on or are there any codes? I have the V&H fuelpak and never really had any problems. And if i did their tech support took good care of me.
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I guess you did not answer my question but you did feel the need to reply with useless knowledge.

His questions were completely valid, and attitude is the wrong way to get help here.

My question, did you make the changes suggested?? What did it do??

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Made the changes little change an no codes coming up seems like it running to lean


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First thing to do would be to remove the fuelpak and see if it still does it. If it does you have an with the bikes, if not, the fuelpak is the cause.

Remember that an engine will always want to be richer at start up and leaner as it warms up.

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That's good info thanks


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why would you help this guy thats the only NASTY POST IVE SEEN ON THE FORUM what a way to start
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I did not know people here on the forum had such thin skin. Maybe Mr 1stglide should ask his wife or partner being politically correct if he can have his balls back to put in his nut sack. Really bro don't be so sensitive or go join the Honda forum an you can spread your be kind to the world bullshit there


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I did not know people here on the forum had such thin skin. Maybe Mr 1stglide should ask his wife or partner being politically correct if he can have his balls back to put in his nut sack. Really bro don't be so sensitive or go join the Honda forum an you can spread your be kind to the world bullshit there


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