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Old 07-15-2007, 10:31 PM   #1
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Exclamation The Fuel Shut Off ????

My question is when i turn it to OFF will the bike still start and run till it burns the little fuel still in the hoses? or will it not allow it to start at all?
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Old 07-15-2007, 10:33 PM   #3
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itll still start
How long app.will it still run for?
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Old 07-15-2007, 10:34 PM   #4
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till all the gas is out of the carbs, i dont know exactly, rev it a little it will burn quicker
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Old 07-15-2007, 10:40 PM   #5
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till all the gas is out of the carbs, i dont know exactly, rev it a little it will burn quicker
Ok cause I was thinkin that could be one more little thing that will slow a rookie thief down a little. Especially if I could hide it so they couldnt find it. But just brain stormin right now
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most of the time when a bike is stolen, its not hotwired. your rookie thief doesnt have that kind of time or skill. they just pick it up and put it in a back of a truck and haul . theyll worry about starting it later.
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Ok cause I was thinkin that could be one more little thing that will slow a rookie thief down a little. Especially if I could hide it so they couldnt find it. But just brain stormin right now
when a bike is stolen, its usually thrown in the back of a truck, not ridden off the property
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most of the time when a bike is stolen, its not hotwired. your rookie thief doesnt have that kind of time or skill. they just pick it up and put it in a back of a truck and haul . theyll worry about starting it later.
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yeah true but hey ya never kno!!!! couldnt hurt to do it tho!?!?!?!?
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nope. definitely couldnt hurt
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I had fuel pump kill on my civic si....well it worth the time and might work on bike too...it worked for me..
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In my experience, it will go about a quarter mile before running out.
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