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post #11 of 33 (permalink) Old 08-18-2018, 10:54 AM Thread Starter
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I installed the AEM E 320LPH a few minutes ago and it works great.

Going to test ride it later but no issues whatsoever and the throttle response seems to be much better.

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Bike runs at the 12:30 mark in the vid


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Here's how it pretty much looked before I installed it.


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It's seems your pump is not working properly, The pump is working as you open the key start
Anyway if you need spare parts at the right price, contact me
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@misty5: What do you base that comment on? The pump primes as it should.

@Turbo329: I'm not sure whether to commend you for showing a bit about the workings of an MV fuel pump plate, or to condemn you for practices that could be disastrous for owners that follow your videos and advice.

Just some not so minor points:

1. That "sheath" that you imly to be necessary is a heat shrink material that is fuel resistant and it physically hold the male fuel fitting in place with mechanical force thereby replacing a clamp. Statin that a clamp in unneeded there after cutting the tubing is irresponsible and puts riders at risk of a fire when that fitting is displace from the tubing or begins to leak due to any number of causes including vibration otr mechanical pressure.

2. The high pressure fuel hoses inside your tank appear initially to be held by Clic-R clamps that have no grip. That puts your system at risk of the fuel hose popping off the outlet causing the biek to stop as it won't get fuel. Later, after you change pumps, there are mechanical screw clamps there without explanation.

3. You performed this mod and repair because of a fuel fouling condition that left your fuel pick-up screen fouled and the pump plate with detritus all over it. Then you bastardise the installation of the pick up screen stating the the circlip isn't needed because the rubber mounting will hold it in place. THat screen will come loose and whatever material is in your tank will foul the system again. If the circlip didn't fit, why not get the appropriate clip? That rubber vibration mounting sleeve will deform in an ethanol fuel environment and your pickup screen will be useless.

These are just some point that drive me crazy when watching advice from a youtube channel. When someone has a fuel leak from poor maintenance practices provided by a video, do you bear any responsibility?
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@misty5: What do you base that comment on? The pump primes as it should.

@Turbo329: I'm not sure whether to commend you for showing a bit about the workings of an MV fuel pump plate, or to condemn you for practices that could be disastrous for owners that follow your videos and advice.

Just some not so minor points:

1. That "sheath" that you imly to be necessary is a heat shrink material that is fuel resistant and it physically hold the male fuel fitting in place with mechanical force thereby replacing a clamp. Statin that a clamp in unneeded there after cutting the tubing is irresponsible and puts riders at risk of a fire when that fitting is displace from the tubing or begins to leak due to any number of causes including vibration otr mechanical pressure.

2. The high pressure fuel hoses inside your tank appear initially to be held by Clic-R clamps that have no grip. That puts your system at risk of the fuel hose popping off the outlet causing the biek to stop as it won't get fuel. Later, after you change pumps, there are mechanical screw clamps there without explanation.

3. You performed this mod and repair because of a fuel fouling condition that left your fuel pick-up screen fouled and the pump plate with detritus all over it. Then you bastardise the installation of the pick up screen stating the the circlip isn't needed because the rubber mounting will hold it in place. THat screen will come loose and whatever material is in your tank will foul the system again. If the circlip didn't fit, why not get the appropriate clip? That rubber vibration mounting sleeve will deform in an ethanol fuel environment and your pickup screen will be useless.

These are just some point that drive me crazy when watching advice from a youtube channel. When someone has a fuel leak from poor maintenance practices provided by a video, do you bear any responsibility?

In all fairness to your well thought out criticism, I'm going to track-test the snot out of it in a week or two.

I respectfully accept both your commendation and condemnation.

Regarding point #1, I'll have to re-watch the vid but I could have sworn that I said I'm going to put a clamp there as a precaution even if I didn't feel that it needed it. ....or maybe I edited it out. I'll double check it and thanks for bringing that to my attention.

Regarding #3, I've worked on plenty of bikes and am pretty certain that it will not come loose. In retrospect, I should have taken a closeup pic of what I did to hold it in place. I would be happy to copy and paste your comments into the description of my vid if that's okay with you. Full credit will be given for your constructive criticism.

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Feel free. There is one place you do not want a fine mist of high pressure fuel and that is on top of a hot motor.

There are myriad threads here about fuel pump plate maintenance and in no case has anyone suggested reusing a deranged original fuel rail line.

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Feel free. There is one place you do not want a fine mist of high pressure fuel and that is on top of a hot motor.

There are myriad threads here about fuel pump plate maintenance and in no case has anyone suggested reusing a deranged original fuel rail line.
Fair play and I love the fact that you took the time to provide your insights on this matter.

I will keep you guys posted on the pump.

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@turbo - respect for taking the feedback constructively as it was intended.

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