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Fuel pump pressure

How much pressure should a 1995 honda cbr 600f3 fuel pump have?

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  • fastrider Mar 25, 2009

    What is the fuel pressure suppose to be and do you know how to go about checking it? I have a 1996 Honda cbr and have stored it all winter in the garage. Now I'm trying to get it started and It won't start. Any suggestions on what could be causing this?
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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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