Question about 1999 Honda F6 C Valkyrie
Installing a gas gauge on a 1999 honda valkyrie 1500 c @
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You could pull the fuel line off the valve and let it drain into a can ... but I wouldn't.
Why are you draining it? For winterizing? If so ... do this instead. Get some fuel stabilizer at your auto parts store. Fill your tank and add the appropriate amount of stabilizer. Go for a short ride, enough to get the engine to operating temp. Start home. About 1000 feet from home, move the fuel valve to the off position. Let the engine run until it runs out of fuel. Do what ever you would do to store it for the winter.
Another step you could take is remove the spark plugs and shoot a little oil into the cylinders, replace the plugs, and with the kill switch in the OFF position, turn the engine over a couple turns. Some folks like to disconnect the battery, others connect a trickle charger to maintain the battery for the winter.
In the spring, get new plugs for your bike. It should start right up for you.
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Posted on Jan 30, 2011
I doubt the two problems are connected.
The high idle could be a vac leak or a sticky idle speed control valve.
Posted on Mar 22, 2015
Have you a lot of slack in the lever before the clutch starts to compress? If so, you should be able to use the adjustment where the cable attaches to the lever. Back it off so there is less slack, thereby getting more compression of the clutch. If the clutch drags and the shift into gear is really harsh, it may be an idea to have it checked for worn clutch plates.
Posted on Apr 16, 2015
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