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November 27th, 2018, 01:34 AM   #21
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Hey all. I've been having a problem with my 2013 Berg 350 last year. I changed the in tank filter and it was filthy. My bike has never really started that great like mentioned above for the first time in a day but it would be fine to re-start any time later that day. I have had the injector out twice and cleaned it with the 9 volt battery trick and I forgot I made this video a few years ago now. What do you think of my spray pattern?



My current problem before changing the in tank filter was that I could ride the bike for 15 odd mins then the bike would splutter to a stop. It would just turn over and not start from here. Maybe an hour or so later it would start and run no worries again but I would already be headed for home. I put this down to all that silt in the filter clogging the injector then eventually running back down out of the injector and clear again.
On the weekend I took her out for the first time in a year. Before the ride I ran her for 5 odd mins in the shed and she fired up great. When I got to the ride location she fired up great again and I ran her for another 5 odd mins then turned her off while I kitted up. I fired it up again and went to test brakes etc and she started running rough/jerky, almost threw me over the bars when changing from 1st to 2nd and back firing a heap before spluttering to a stop and pushing it back to the car.

2 hrs later it fired almost straight up and as I tried to rev it she splutters to a stop straight away. Any ideas from the brains trust? Pull the injector again, new injector (they are expensive for a bike that I don't ride anymore, it's a spare bike and I can't part with her but want her fixed)?

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November 27th, 2018, 10:12 AM   #22
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Is tank ventilation working as intended?
I had that happening on my good ole crf, and I could not understand how it could run for a fairly long time and then fuck up. Clogged tank vent *blush*
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November 29th, 2018, 03:22 AM   #23
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Is tank ventilation working as intended?
I had that happening on my good ole crf, and I could not understand how it could run for a fairly long time and then fuck up. Clogged tank vent *blush*
I hoped that was the problem but no luck. Went out tonight. Was a bit hesitant but she started and then died almost straight away. Time to try clean the injector again

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December 7th, 2018, 12:42 AM   #24
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Originally Posted by MrNoodle View Post
I hoped that was the problem but no luck. Went out tonight. Was a bit hesitant but she started and then died almost straight away. Time to try clean the injector again

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See the black plastic thing at the fuel inlet...That little bastard is a very fine fuel filter and they get blocked.
I dug mine out and fitted the inline filter in the quick disconnect which is simple to replace
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December 7th, 2018, 09:38 AM   #25
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The filter can be in the hose behind the connector to the fuel rail.

Dont run without one. Better yet, run the ZipTy that replaces on side of the quick disconnect.
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See the black plastic thing at the fuel inlet...That little bastard is a very fine fuel filter and they get blocked.
I dug mine out and fitted the inline filter in the quick disconnect which is simple to replace
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My inline filter is at the quick disconnect as it came stock like that. Is that black circle another filter?

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