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Today i call all the sporster quyz in my island for coffee to my home so i check all the bikes by wire off the spake plug wire all except the injection one Iron. Works same with me when wire off the front spark plug wire engine turn off and when wire off the rear plug keep idling so i am crazy after all or not ?????????? Should be an engine work like this???? Or we need an engineer for harley's in greece immediately??
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I have buy the sporster working like this with oem factory no sound mufflers. When i took it to the only one engineer in my island that fixing harley said that is ok. My sporster works from the day i buy it like this. I buy it in 2010 with 6.700km only model 1996. So i buy it like new from the factory in other words.I don't have any symptons but only some Backfires by the day i bought it. First i check carb so the membrane accelerator was broken cause of the 14 years that the bike was without working. Less backfires but not No backfires.Then i change the manifold o-rings 3 of them nothing happend so the backfires keep doing it 4 years without stop but it's only few in many km so i don't care. It's the only sympton i have if it's usefull.
Perhaps new diaphragm tore upon installation ? 3 O-rings ?? Or 2 O-rings and a gasket for Carb to intake ?
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Though rare new parts can be defective. Put rear plug wire on front cylinder and see what happens.
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Though rare new parts can be defective. Put rear plug wire on front cylinder and see what happens.
Already done works the same. Rear cylinder keep not perfect.And front work perfect.
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Perhaps new diaphragm tore upon installation ? 3 O-rings ?? Or 2 O-rings and a gasket for Carb to intake ?
2 o rings 1 gasket.
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Was asking what front cylinder did with rear plug wire on it.
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Work perfect.Like always.
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It ran with the rear coil wire on the front cylinder? No way man
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you have a bad coil dude. their is a way to check a coil. .5 ohms is the max limit, I think. need a multi meter to check if the coil is in tolerance. sure u did it with boat motors. if one cylinder is running ok, the other one is getting fuel unless you left a rag in the intake manifold. simple elimination of trouble. air, fuel, spark. that's all it takes.
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It ran with the rear coil wire on the front cylinder? No way man
I switched the coil wires on my bike on accident once and the bike wouldn't even start. I have to agree with Mike here.
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