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    Fuel pump O-Ring

    i was going through the carbs on my 96 sl900 and when i took apart the fuel pump on the front, somebody had installed the oring in the picture upside down, therefore the oring wasnt in the cut out for it. now would that allow a leak between the two sides of the pump, or would it cause fuel delivery issues? i am having running issues where i cant hit over 5000 rpm, and after a few mins, it hardly wants to run.
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    Have not haved a Kenieth apart in a while. But I have to think yes.Anything like that could lead to a air leak,lose of pressure,etc.

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