The bike was running like a pig on a return run to Guyra from Byron Bay the other day and much trouble shooting has narrowed the problem down to a malfunctioning fuel injector. Triumph Australia want $330AUD for one injector. Question is, are the ones on the Rocket ( 2010 Roadster)...
The first pump was OEM, Second one a Kemso. Not sure where they are on the scale of spuriosity.
Yes, I'm using the tea bag filter.
I'm going for option 2. ...with an option on #3 as now it's not pumping fuel at all, but before that there wa a high pitched whine even while the engine was running.
My fuel pump started making very loud under tank noises and died at the beginning of a ride just after I filled the tank. I had a spare one in the shed as I didn't like the noise the day before and had ordered one, so I replaced that and away she went. Next day I took it for a ride...
My first bike was a 1971 T25SS Blazer. My first BIG bike was a 58 Thunderbird. I think the Rocket is my 14th Triumph. Had a nice 860 Ducati as well as a very Nice MkIII Interstate. A couple of BMWs... Hiondas... Z900 Kawasaki etc.
Well...it gives you an idea what riding is like in Australia away from the coast where most people are too afraid to leave. This is only day 2. Day one is also posted and there are another 3 days riding. I'm trying to out-do a bloke named James Allmond who posts really long Ural vids and also...
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