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Discussion in 'Hard. Core. (1090/1190/1290)' started by ladyknieval, Mar 11, 2018.
did the capsule do twice click?
nice color ehheeh
Yep, and I gave it a firm tug to be sure.
headbutt !!!!!!!!!!!!!! ahahahha
I have the older style filter which guglemonster made to fit my CJ Designs filler (early style) size and then plumbed my Camel Tank so it would flow into the main tank filter like GCecchetto did and love the system except it is very slow to fill so maybe it's time to get the newer style filter! With the fuel pump when taking the top of the filter housing off you need to spread the clips just a little but if you don't gently bend them back a little the top is going to pop off once it pressure up. I made this mistake and the housing cracked on the side that stayed in the clamp so do yourself a favor and bend the clips back and listen for the two clicks when replacing the cap then do the zip tie like it was shown, then you will be good to go! Another place to place a filter if you don't like it showing and if you have a Rottweiler filter is in front of the filter, there is a lot of open space under the tank with the Rotti filter and you could pack a pistol in that space if you wanted!
@Doug Matson !!! sure you should haha
this pump is the perfect example how to design something that will have you tied to the OEM parts forever
but we are ADVRIDERS
we can do MUUUUUCH better
And not to mention, a more lady-like colour also
Yes, there is a lot of space there, I put my Denali airhorn in that space!
I used the metal mount for some of the smog stuff removed during the Rottweiler install for the fuel filter. Wrapped the filter with a bit of bicycle inner tube and used a hose clamp to attach the fuel filter to that mount. Lots of space
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Yes, I’ve seen it a couple of times. The steel clips/plastic top are tough to get together properly. Mine clicked (loudly) once and thought I had it handled. Didn’t even make it out the driveway later...
When mine let go it was during start up, just heard a pop and then it would not start. This was of course after replacing the filters. Mine broke the top housing so I bought a complete pump off eBay but only used the top half. Just do your self a favor and bend the clips in a little then you will hear two good snaps when the top goes back on, the zip tie just makes sure the clips can't move and let it pop off.
Does the external filter have to be mounted vertically?
this will allow a great bleeding, perfect air evacuation, and in the case of the 1190, it's essential since you cannot run the pump and keep the filter vertical like in the 990
Ok, I just don’t love the options for mounting it that way. If done the way the OP has hers it seems like it would vibrate against the engine right where the Rottweiler covers go for the emissions delete. I also don’t like it showing like that but I guess it makes maintenance easier.
diciding to go for the big unit has it's problems
the smaller unit allows a better mounting under the tank, manteinance is every 40-50.000 km it's not every week-end job :)
I'm getting the neck filter and teabag filter tomorrow for my 1190R.
I should be able to do this without removing the tank right?
Everything looks pretty accessible to me.
I'm thinking about doing the same, getting the big tea bag filter and adding the in tank filter...
When my dealer did the fuel pump recall, they dropped the pump out without removing the tank. I have a Black Dog skidplate and they had to drop the two front bolts for it, and I'm not sure if they had to move crash bars. but it can be done if you want to do it that way.
Hmmm, I didn't know that. Mine has been mounted horizontally for the last 5000 miles. Is it a theoretical problem?
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@FlyingJ and how are you going to install the compulsory in-line external fuel filter?
and no, you cannot do without, the paper bastard will fail eventually and you will have wasted time and money.
@jonz yes it is a problem, how did you bleed the air from it? at least 1/3 of the filter is full of air at the moment and the bike may switch off in the most inappropriate or dangerous moment
I specifically designed products and installation to avoid all problems, this is adding a huge incognita to the functioning of your bike
What paper will fail? I'm trying to understand the system better here.
Thank you for your help.