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    Inline Primer On 1100 Raider

    Hi I was wondering if you could use a inline primer like the ones u see on sum outboard motors on a fuel line and if it would work as the primers u buy that replace the choke? i am also gettin ready to take it to a guy to fix what ever it is that is wrong with it and Memorial Day Weekend is gettin purty close all help is appreciated!


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    Sure you can, but it's not recommended. 2 reasons. 1 it only gets fuel to the carbs where the standard primers squirt fuel down the carb throats. 2, it can potentially cause a restriction in the fuel line leading to a lean seizure.

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    ok well where should i put it like which line

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    Anytime your going to T into your fuel system, it needs to be done in the return line. This is the line that runs from the carbs back to the tank and does not have a fuel filter. You don't want to T into the "on" line because you could get air in that line and cause a lean seizure.

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    not another debate?
    RIVA Primer Kit
    The cure for hard starting motors, draws fuel from the reserve fuel line and squirts squirts it into carburetor.

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    That is another way of doing it. I just feel better teeing into my return. It takes a little longer to be able pull fuel from the return though.

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    i have one but never put it in since my raider starts right up and when i did have the choke i never used it

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    Quote Originally Posted by 97GPSLEEPER View Post
    Anytime your going to T into your fuel system, it needs to be done in the return line. This is the line that runs from the carbs back to the tank and does not have a fuel filter. You don't want to T into the "on" line because you could get air in that line and cause a lean seizure.

    +1......I burnt a motor from Ting into the on line a few years ago.

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    No one ever suggested teeing into the on line did they ?

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    ok well thanks for the help on this question guys ur always very helpfull!
    now its time to start a nother thread cause now we are gonna have to pull the motor to replace the coupler and maybe sum seals on teh pump so plz check it out and post any comments on the best ways of pullin the motor and replacin the coupler/seals

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