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Re: Quick disconnects ...
- To: R1200CA motorcycle <z281le@xxxxxxxxx>, oilheads-digest <oilheads@xxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: Quick disconnects ...
- From: Robert Silas <robert.silas@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 08 Feb 2007 00:14:23 -0500
- Cc: dmac@xxxxxxxxxx
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- Sender: owner-oilheads@xxxxxxxxx
Do not use a fuse slot. It has to be a direct connection for boosting and for giving a boost in case. I'll try to find my photos on that connection and e-mail it to you.
----- Original Message -----
From: R1200CA motorcycle
Cc: dmac@xxxxxxxxxx ; Robert Silas
Sent: Wednesday, February 07, 2007 11:27 PM
Subject: Re: Quick disconnects ...
Thanks Bob, for the fuse box tip. I've a few spare slots.
Don, thanks for the info in your post where you mention
that the body on the OEM plastic ones tended to to fail
more often than not. I'll look into non-plastic QD's only.
And I'll look into mounting the fuel filter outside the tank, too.
I've got 10k on the new tank so I'll leave that for a sumertime task.
On 2/7/07, Robert Silas <robert.silas@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Once you do all that additions to your bike, I suggest two more:
Place the fuel filter outside the tank and
Make a direct connection to the positive side of the battery (I located mine
in the fuse box).
<S N I P!>
So many roads, so little time.