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Hi this is fuel injection and has no reserve tap position, it has a warning light instead

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My bike bike runs on main tank even on low fuel..it somtimes shows some missing. I think my reserve tank doesn't work.Any suggestions?


Check the reserve fuel line and the main fuel line to make sure they haven't been switched. I purchased a Suzuki Intruder and was riding all the way to reserve to check the mileage and when I ran out I couldn't start it even though I switched to reserve. Turns out that someone had the tank off to service the air cleaner and had reversed the two fuel lines so the fuel valve was running the bike on the reserve tank tube. so when I switched to the reserve position it was hooked to the taller brass tube in the tank and the gas level was already below it. The tanks just have two brass tubes, one taller than another so gas cannot be sucked below the taller tube when on main and then when switched to reserve it sucks from the shorter tube allowing the remaining gas to be used.

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Hi its not a problem, i just got a ninja 250cc 2008 and didnt get a handbook with it, im wondering if they have a reserve tank and where i would find it?


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The reserve notion is just an adjustment by the fuel **** switch. The normal fuel intake from the fuel tank will drain fuel 2 inches higher than the bottom level. The reserve part will take .5 inch or even lower. Switching the fuel **** to ON will take fuel from the former state (higher) while selecting RESERVE will drain fuel from the later (lower). Making it look like there's a reserve part on the fuel tank when in fact you just drain fuel from different fuel levels.

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Is there a reserve switch on a gsxr 600 motorcyle? if so where is it located ?


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Where is the reserve fuel switch


You have fuel injection? If so, no reserve AFAIK. In the carb version, the gastank fuel petcock is the fuel reserve switch, the lever's normal position is straight down, reserve position is straight up, off is sideways.

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Fuel reserve switch


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Reserve fuel


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Fuel tap


by fuel tap i take it you mean to select between the reserve tank, and to switch the fuel off... on from 'new shape' models (2006 onwards) there is no switch: it has a vaccum system which sucks any unused fuel back into the tank..

when the fuel light comes on the 'reserve tank' is in use, so go fill up with some juice!

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