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Slip-on but never been flashed?

Are you running a Servo Buddy or the Exhaust Servo without the cables attached?
I swear to God it hasn't been flashed.

Ive been waiting for it to start RUNNING PROPERLY to flash it because I don't want to waste my money, or add another factor to diagnosing it.

The servo motor is still in it, but I just took the cables out. As far as the bike knows, its stock.
 

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Have you tried a Stator and Rec/Reg test , and maybe pulling the ABS fuse for a while to see how it runs
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So the dealer that I was taking it to just put a fuel pump in it. I get the bike back, ride it about 100 miles, and then it dies. Fuel pump not priming.

Take the bike back to them, and they tried to feed me some bullshit talking about "there was a clip that was missing, we replaced the clip, it runs fine now."

Get the bike back, and literally same thing. Rode the gas tank out, filled it up, and then it died again. I went to check it out, and now there is no power even going to the fuel pump. I have a service manual and a voltmeter trying to go over it right now. Once I get it started then ill test the Stator/rectifier
 

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I swear to God it hasn't been flashed.

Ive been waiting for it to start RUNNING PROPERLY to flash it because I don't want to waste my money, or add another factor to diagnosing it.

The servo motor is still in it, but I just took the cables out. As far as the bike knows, its stock.
Did it have any of the CEL issues before you disconnected the cables? Some people have had issues doing what you've done because the ecu does look for tension on those cables, not just that it's plugged in. I've seen some people put rubber bands on the actuator to trick it.
 

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I swear to God it hasn't been flashed.

Ive been waiting for it to start RUNNING PROPERLY to flash it because I don't want to waste my money, or add another factor to diagnosing it.

The servo motor is still in it, but I just took the cables out. As far as the bike knows, its stock.
The reason I was asking was to find out how the exhaust servo was being managed.
Did the first battery fail before or after the servo motor started running without being attached to the exhaust valve?
 

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Did it have any of the CEL issues before you disconnected the cables? Some people have had issues doing what you've done because the ecu does look for tension on those cables, not just that it's plugged in. I've seen some people put rubber bands on the actuator to trick it.
It went through the 3 batteries (2 Lead Acid, and the current is a Li-Ion), and the first 2 fuel pumps bone stock. Stock exhaust and all. The only mod was a windscreen
 

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Had same situation. I don't think recall work was done on my 17 hurricane.workin on plugs 9-12. Bought the thing brand new. Does anybody remember manual chokes? Thats the way mine avts like the choke is on after 5min worth of ridin. 1 postive about the hurricane is it can wallop a deers ass soundly.
 

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although I also think proceeding with the lemon-law should be started ASAP, I'm still wondering what could cause fuel pumps to fail so quickly.

Some thoughts / questions:

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When the fuel pump is turned on, it pumps up the system to the needed pressure and stops, is this right?
What tells the pump that it has reached the pressure?
Is there a sensor somewhere in the fuel system? If so, what if it that sensor fails and makes the pump run 100% of the time?
Would this cause pumps to fail prematurely due to being on 100% duty cycle?

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Another possibility is voltage. Could some how the pump get a higher voltage than other electronic parts, making it fail?
I somehow don't think that could be the case but worth asking.

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A bad rectifier came to my mind on this but from my limited experience, but a bad rectifier also shows up on other electric parts too like a boiling battering, headlights, etc.

4) fuel pumps generally are submersed in fuel and use that to cool off. running with a low tank all the time helps in premature death of pumps cause by over heating. But, I don't think that's the problem in this case. I just don't think they can die that quietly and repeatedly.


more questions that answers but I hope springs a thought
 
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