FZR600 fuel pump

Discussion in 'UK Motorcycles' started by NJ, Jan 31, 2004.

  1. NJ

    NJ Guest

    Does anyone know if the FZS600 fuel pump is the same as the FZR600?
    My bike would turn over, but never catch. Mr Haynes tells me how to check
    it out, by putting the pump directly to the battery. When i try this there
    is no noise whatsover. I gather the FZRs pump is a diaphragm suction, not a
    rotary pump, hence the clicking noise when switching on the electrics.
    waiting to here from several breakers, but no luck on getting the real thing
    yet, which is why i wondered about the FZS, which is available.
    which leads me onto my next question: can i put fuel directly into the carb
    with a syringe, in order to prove the lack of fuel to the bike is what is
    stopping it start (?)

    any help would be great.

    '91 FZR600
    NJ, Jan 31, 2004
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  2. NJ wrote
    I haven't got a fucking clue.

    You might consider a spray from can of Easy Start over your air filter
    rather than syringefulls of petrol more or less straight into the upper
    steve auvache, Jan 31, 2004
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  3. Of course. Just rig up a bottle or something, above the carbs, and
    connect it to the petrol feed line that normall runs to the pump.
    Gravity does the rest.
    The Older Gentleman, Jan 31, 2004
  4. Have a look at:- http://www.rivayamaha.com/parts_finder.shtml

    see if they do the parts.

    Quite a useful site IMHO.

    SimonB - South Wales. BOF#32
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    eric the brave, Jan 31, 2004
  5. NJ

    NJ Guest

    Thanks very much, i thought it might have been a fairly stupid idea, But, if
    someone i have never met before and whome i cant verify as a sane human
    being agrees with me through an anonimous format, then who the hell am I not
    to give it a go??

    Promise I'll be careful. Thanks for your help

    NJ, Jan 31, 2004
  6. NJ

    NJ Guest

    You are right, what a great site. if only for the microfiche drawings. Are
    there anymore sites out there with these drawings?
    As for the fuel pump, it was $225, so i will continue my search for a second
    hand job. thanks again for the steer

    NJ, Jan 31, 2004

  7. Excellent link :eek:)


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    KillaHedgeHog, Jan 31, 2004
  8. It'a a fairly normal thing to do - the bottle of petrol, that is, not
    the trusting of a total stranger who might just be having a laugh and
    hiding in the bushes watching as you set fire to your garage.



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    Grimly Curmudgeon, Jan 31, 2004
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