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How do I do this? Do the fuel pumps require the full 12 volts? I hooked up the pump to a 12v spower source, it pumped. I hooked it up to a 6v source, nothing. Checked the voltage it is recieving incircuit... 8.4 volts. Relay has a resistance ov 1 ohm I believe... checked with an ohmmeter. I didnt know it was supposed to have resistance... or is it? please help!

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Chances are you can go to a parts store and find one that does the exact same thing for a bit cheaper.

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You should, unless you removed it yourself.
Follow the fuel line from the tank to the carbs.

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so how do I check this thing with a meter or something? What kinda readings should I get from it in termms of resistance? Thanks
 

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I took the fuel pump off. I was just letting you know it will work without one if you had to run the bike. I dont run one for stunts.
 

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It will work without one, you just can't use the bottom part of the tank, and wind up not having any reserve....

Whatever floats your boat.
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bringin this back up for guy asking about the relay... i changed the relay and it started only cuz there was fuel in the carbs... then it died again cuz it wasnt getting any more fuel
 
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