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For removing the injectors, you only have to remove the 4 "TORX" screws from the fuel line,
Then pull off the fuel line, the injectors are sitting with O-Rings on bottom and top,
(in the intake manifold and in the fuel line)
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For removing the injectors, you only have to remove the 4 "TORX" screws from the fuel line,
Then pull off the fuel line, the injectors are sitting with O-Rings on bottom and top,
(in the intake manifold and in the fuel line) View attachment 496107
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Got the injectors out to inspect. You can see old gas on them. Dropped them off
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to a guy locally that has a machine to clean them. Should have them back in a few hours.
 

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Got the injectors out to inspect. You can see old gas on them. Dropped them off to a guy locally that has a machine to clean them. Should have them back in a few hours.
 

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Took out the fuel pump assembly and working on getting the lines and filter changed. Also going to rinse everything out since it’s pretty nasty in there.
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woohoo, bike fires up and runs as it should. Still have to get the parts in for the fuel pump but was able to get it fired up with the use of a external fuel source. Don't know how to post a video of it on here but if I figure it out I'll post a video of it running. Now to wait for the o-ring, fuel lines, filter and other small things to arrive so I can put it back together and on the road or to the auction? Still not sure if I am going to keep it or not. Thanks for the help guys.
 

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That hose to the filter looks really nasty !!! If you haven't done so yet, contact silentservice703 for some new hoses.
He buys in bulk and passes on to members at his cost. That submersible hose is not cheap.
 

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That hose to the filter looks really nasty !!! If you haven't done so yet, contact silentservice703 for some new hoses.
He buys in bulk and passes on to members at his cost. That submersible hose is not cheap.
Yeah it was falling apart, I work at a multi line dealership and the BMW mechanic has submersible hose that he said I can use, he is also helping me get the bike properly serviced and sorted out since I am unfamiliar with modern motorcycles.
 
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