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EFI pump I would like to ask if anyone knows how the new 08 Speedmaster EFI petrol pump works? Is it possible that i can hear it working, even with the engine working? When ignition is on there is this particular sound coming from the tank for about 4 seconds than it stops. I guess its the ECU checking the pump. That's fine, but after starting the engine is it normal that it can be heard? Thanks in advance,

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Anyone with a Sprint, Daytona or S3 will tell you that this is normal. When you turn the key, the fuel system primes and the ECU does a self check for a second or 3. Wait for the self check to finish before trying to start the bike (so much for a fast getaway) On my RS, in the cold weather, the fuel pump is much louder than normal for a while, but once up to temperature, it goes away. Welcome to the electronic age.

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