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Buy, Sell or Trade / Re: Everything but the frame....almost free
« Last post by Vishnuisgod on July 19, 2018, 10:21:06 AM »
hello,

I do have set, however they are not purple, sorry
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Buy, Sell or Trade / Re: Everything but the frame....almost free
« Last post by Aarlings on July 17, 2018, 01:14:33 AM »
hi.
im interested in the left side panel if your bike is purple
and allso the tail lighet
i have an 94 mod and live in norway
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hi.
im interested in the left side panel if your bike is purple
and allso the tail lighet
i have an 94 mod and live in norway
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Buy, Sell or Trade / Re: Possibly breaking my vx (scotland)
« Last post by Aarlings on July 17, 2018, 01:05:30 AM »
hi.
im interested in the left side panel if your bike is purple
and allso the tail lighet
i have an 94 mod and live in norway
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Buy, Sell or Trade / 1994 Vx 800 purple left side panel
« Last post by Aarlings on July 16, 2018, 11:23:23 AM »
Help!
As i was doing a service to the front forks,
The bike fell off the lift and the left side panel cracked.
If anyone have or know of any that have the purple panel
for sale for a 94 mod. that would be awesome
I live in bergen norway.
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VX Project Bikes / Re: VX800 Scrambler
« Last post by Michael Star on July 15, 2018, 04:50:42 PM »
 Nice evening ride, sorted out the fuel issue. (Still not 100% happy, but lets say 90% there)
It rides, it pulls. Bit of a gap when you open the throttle too quickly. Can live with it for the moment.
The luggage rack is on.
Overall good day.
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VX Project Bikes / Re: VX800 Scrambler
« Last post by Vishnuisgod on July 11, 2018, 02:08:21 AM »
a little something I did, thats a life saver when it comes to diagnosing carb issues; clear fuel line.

I got it from my local dealer, 3ft for 10$. Its ethanol safe.. its not your usual vinyl hose. Its clear fuel hose.
Its just so nice to see when the fuel is flowing...

glad you got it goin
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VX Project Bikes / Re: VX800 Scrambler
« Last post by Michael Star on July 11, 2018, 01:05:07 AM »
Another evening spent working on the old lady.
Took the fuel pump out.

Decided to take the rear fender out.
Easiest way. The access is still tight, but manageable.

Pump was out and after taking it apart, it was obvious that it was not assembled properly.
The brass cover that divides the fuel part into two chambers was offset by 72. The chambers were connected. Not good
Basically the pump was pumping back to the tank.
Cleaned the pump, fresh fuel lines and fresh filter.

Started right first try.
Trying diff fuel / air ratio.

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VX Project Bikes / Re: VX800 Scrambler
« Last post by Tilos on July 10, 2018, 11:15:51 AM »
So then it is either the vacuum hose or the fuel pump itself. Carb cleaner won't help much I am afraid
Switch the petcock to reserve to bypass the vacuum feature...or remove the vac hose from the carb and draw a vac on it :P
You should see flow either way.
 ;)
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VX Project Bikes / Re: VX800 Scrambler
« Last post by ErTussenDoor on July 10, 2018, 08:30:06 AM »
Not sure, but I think the pump is bolted to the airbox which you can only remove once the battery container is removed,

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