Question about 1998 Honda CBR 900 RR Fireblade
First turn fuel selector off then find the line running from the fuel selector knob and pull it off of the full filter or fuel pump and have a small container or gas can ready... put the hose into the container and run through the three selector positions off on and reserve to insure that at least you have no fuel tank delivery problems because most tanks have internal filter that get clogged up!..if thats o.k. then hook back up the hose and pull the other line going to the pump and crank over the bike..fuel should be squirting out at a fairly good rate,right out of the pump hard line "not a drizzle"! now since you exhausted the fuel in the lines.. it is hard to get it started this way..what i do is take the tank and seat off and set the tank sideway were the seat would be..making sure that it wont fall off.. then take off the air cleaner off and this will expose the throttle manifolds..now purchase some starter fliud turn fuel selector to reserve position and spary a couple of seconds worth down each velocity stack openning and try to start it..it'll probably will take a couple of trys maybe even five attempts dont try any more than this because you'll burn up your starter let the starter cool down for about 20 minutes before tyring again..if this fails a second attempt then i doubt that you have a fuel problem, and would look into the spark plugs! take one out and let it touch the frame of the bike..you MUST see a bluish/white color, "not a weak redish purple"..if you see the later then i would first ohm out your pulse generator system for any opens, if any one of the two sets of wires reads open or low resistance like 100 ohms when it should be 400 to 500 ohms then thats your problem..it happened to me! i had one set open and the other reading 150 ohms!
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Posted on Jul 13, 2010
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