Help: Changed out my throttle cable on Fri; followed the proper procedure, removed the fuel tank and situated the cable properly. Replaced the tank and fuel lines, turned on the fuel tap, the Bullet fired up, ran good and the throttle worked just fine. On Sat, I went out to start the Bullet. Went through the proper procedure: turned on the fuel tap, checked the kill switch, turned on the key, hit the electric start and the bike firedup, idled for about a minute, died. Would not start after that. Of course I wore down my battery! Duh.On the right side of the carb I have a have a plastic line hanging. Looks like an overflow line. On the left side of the carb I noticed the following: The large fuel line from the tank to the carb is connected; The large fuel line running from the carb has air bubbles in it; the narrower line running from the carb back but does not seem to be attached.Like I said, the Bullet ran fine when I took her for a 10 min run on Fri to check the throttle.Any ideas?
I may be misunderstanding things here, but the little plastic line dangling on the right of the carburetter - is this the the tube from the carburetter to the PAV unit inside the left-hand toolbox? I accidentally knocked mine and it became disconnected at the carburetter end. The bike was very hard to start and ran badly until I noticed it and reconnected it.Tom
V-max, I would replace the fuse, you can't always tell they are bad by inspecting them.....Dew.