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Wheres the fuel pressure regulator on a 1992 cbr 600

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They don't have one. They are carburetor engine and not fuel injected.Their reciprocated small pump was driven by relay just to feed the carburetors at high revs.Fuel pressure regulator is used in fuel injected engines and that came to production by Honda in the late '99s.

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  • adan17003894 Feb 07, 2012

    Okay,thanxx soo what is the problem cuz I have a 1992 cbr 600 and the gas is goin to the oil ! What,could it be thanks

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    MakisRC51 Feb 07, 2012

    You need to take your carbs out and clean the thorough making sure that every o-ring or rubber part inside is soft and seals like is supposed to. Check also the fuel valves (the ones that the floaters push to close the fuel once the cup is full) to seal their hole off like they should and check the floaters' level to be 13.7mm (0.54in)

  • adan17003894 Feb 07, 2012

    Okay thank you for helping me

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In my experiences over the years pressure testing the carbs and messing with the fuel pump, I have never actually tested the pump output. Knowing that the average pop off pressure of the float valve on the float is 10-13 psi, this being tested via hand held pressure gauge to ensure no leaks before installation on the bike. I assume that the fuel pressure coming from the pump should not exceed the pop off pressure or it could cause the carbs to leak though and the bike would run rich. Hope this helps out.

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The petcock is what the fuel flows through when it comes out of the gas tank. It probably includes: * A switch with positions for On, Off and Reserve. * A fuel line going to the carburetors. * A vacuum hose attachment which attaches to a carburetor which tugs on a rubber diaphram to let gas flow through. * An overflow/drip valve from the vacuum area. It's located right under the tank on the rear/left side.

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I had an 07, I had to remove the lower and side fairings and then the bolts are visible, dont just lift it up because wires and the fuel line will be connected and tight. When you lift it, lift easily so you dont just rip everything, you should be able to lift it high enough to disconect the wires without damage.

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