Question about 1996 Honda RVF 400 NC35
Need to know which way the fuel tap has to be facing for reserve. pointy end up or down? @
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Start with the fuel tap (called a petcock) in the horizontal position. This is pointing toward the back of the bike, and it is in the "off" position. Turning it counter-clockwise to point up is "on," and turning it clockwise to down is "reserve."
Normally, you'll want to run the bike with the petcock set to on, and save the reserve for the emergency situation when you run out of fuel.
Posted on Feb 08, 2011
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