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Old 02-26-2007, 09:13 PM   #1
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where can i get a GSXR fuel line ASAP!!!!???

i need the fuel line that goes from the pump to the motor for a 04 gsxr 600. Ill call word cycle first thing in the morning but if they dont have it who else should i call? Im in pearland btw
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Old 02-26-2007, 09:38 PM   #2
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If the dealer can't get you one fast enough. Just buy some fuel line with the same i.d. and make a temporary one.
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Old 02-26-2007, 09:45 PM   #3
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It's a high pressure line. I've got one at the shop, give me a call tomorrow.
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Old 02-26-2007, 11:57 PM   #4
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mr whoopie i dont think that would work. suzuki (and every manufacturer of fuel injected engines) probably put those clips on there for a reason...haha dont want pressurized fuel spraying all over my nice new engine.....

Patrick - someonw from the board pm'ed me and says he has one and i think he lives pretty close so if that doesnt work out ill hit you up.
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It's a high pressure line. I've got one at the shop, give me a call tomorrow.
Patrick, I need some money and honeys. Got any of those at the shop?

J/K...

This man, Patrick, should be the first one to call when you are in a jam. If he can't do it, no one can.:notworthy
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oh trust me i know all about callin patrick when in a jam. he tore my old engien apart, replaced the CCT and reset the time after the timing chain jumped a tooth, he also tore my forks apart and replaced a bent fork tube, and didnt even charge me extra for the huge delay in findin a straight fork tube in texas....finally got one overnighted from new york after 5 days of sitting in the shop.

Patrick is the man when it comes to ANY work that is done on my bike that i cant do myself...if i wasnt a poor college student workin through college my bike woudl be in his shop every week getting new stuff put on but UohH is expensive
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oh trust me i know all about callin patrick when in a jam. he tore my old engien apart, replaced the CCT and reset the time after the timing chain jumped a tooth, he also tore my forks apart and replaced a bent fork tube, and didnt even charge me extra for the huge delay in findin a straight fork tube in texas....finally got one overnighted from new york after 5 days of sitting in the shop.

Patrick is the man when it comes to ANY work that is done on my bike that i cant do myself...if i wasnt a poor college student workin through college my bike woudl be in his shop every week getting new stuff put on but UohH is expensive
Ever heard of dancing? Many college students has turned tricks for extra cash when regular jobs ain't cutting it.
J/K....
Hope everything works out fine for you.
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funny coincidence, ive been offered that job twice......
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