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Offline Tumaca

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Re: Fuel filter
« Reply #20 on: 11 October, 2019, 07:17:41 PM »
*Originally Posted by stergios [+]
Performance is ok no difference. You will notice the bike pickup better because it flows correctly with no restrictions from a clogged filter.

The fuel gauge will be tricky to fit I did not even try .

The idea is to fix or diagnose your bike cheap. In my bike the range was 300kms per tank
I could refuel at 250 with enough to go on inside

300km per tank? I am doing 430km per tank and i could do 50km more if i need to. This is 27-29km per litre, wich is the distance from my home to work (27,3km) and the cbf (right now 69.000km) consumes 1l exactly.

I do not think that tremendous consumption is only due to a filter. There must be something else.

« Last Edit: 11 October, 2019, 07:19:28 PM by Tumaca »

Offline nikosmariner

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Re: Fuel filter
« Reply #21 on: 18 October, 2019, 02:41:55 PM »
Stergio
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I have a CBF1000 of 2012
and I have the same news from the HONDA shop.
They changed the small pump, presume with a similar as per yours part, yet the rpm when bike is in neutral is unstable.
The adviced me, check from e-bay and buy one, or we can order one for 800Euro!!!!
I whould apppreciate any assistance on the matter since 800Euro is out of the question.

Please help

 


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