Question about Honda Shadow Slasher Motorcycles
If you look very closely, it is stamped in the sheet metal. I think reserve is up.
Posted on Nov 26, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have been fixing bikes and I never came accross such an equipment but instead I would suggest you look on ebay as there are things that never existed that you can get there and very cheap too.But to my knowledge I have not seen one and it will be quite awkward to fit as you will need a wired connection to the sensor or float...
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
there is only one tank to fill on your bike, your getting confused by the reserve. The reserve is just on the fuel tap itself. It has three positions, on , off and reserve. In the on position your fuel tap will be able to drink about 90% of your fuel tank and then it wont be able to drain anymore, then you must turn your fuel tap to the reserve position and it will be able to drink rest of your tank approx 10% that is left. So next time you fill up at a petrol station make sure your fuel tap is set to on, then when your bike starts to splutter out of fuel you can turn your fuel tap to reserve and get yourself to the petrol station to fill up, making sure you then turn your tap to on again. If you keep running out on the reserve it can cause debris in your tank to clog your carb up.
hope this helps
Posted on Aug 01, 2009
SOURCE: fuel tank &fuel system
The 2005 does not have the "fuel gauge" LCD display like the Volusias- it has only an amber fuel light that will come on when you ahve about 1.5 gallons left.
Posted on Aug 11, 2010
With the age of your machine , you should drain the tank and remove the petcock. If you can take it apart rebuild it. If you have no reserve , either the reserve tube is broken off or the petcock is plugged. It is possible the four hole washer the seals the the lever and diverts the fuel is damaged , worn , or broken. Depending on the over all condition of the petcock replacement of the entire unit may be the best option. At any rate an new fuel petcock would definitely fix this issue. Rebuilding your old petcock is only an option if all the parts you need for it are available.
Posted on Nov 10, 2010
SOURCE: Reserve fuel tank question...
Check that fuel valve, pull out that output fuel hose, turn the valve to "reserve", if fuel flows, that means it works( fuel valve ), if no fuel flows, that valve has STUCK valve flow.
Most bike problem is in that fuel valve.
Hope that helps!
Posted on Dec 02, 2011
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