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    Premix, but Leaving the oil pump?

    Hello

    Sorry for my bad english, i'm french......

    I have just buy a 03 gp1300r with 61hours he is on good condition, but I am worried about the oil pump,after many reading about.

    So my question is: is it possible to ride with the pump in place, with the oil sensor cut of, and premix into the reservoir?

    I ride with some 2 stroke bikes as this and I nerver have any problems....why absolutly remove it, it's looks like boring.

    If some people understand me,thanks a lot
    Friendly form France


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    That will work. Just leave the pump in place and block off the 3 the lines to the intake. Then just drain the oil tank, and premix fuel in your fuel tank and you are good.

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    I thought the oil lubed the pump?

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    The 2 stroke Seadoo guys used to do it like that.

    Honestly, I would do it correctly and install a block-off kit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WFO View Post
    The 2 stroke Seadoo guys used to do it like that.

    Honestly, I would do it correctly and install a block-off kit.
    Me too and I am a lazy arse

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    Hello

    Thanks for your fasrt answer, I just reading http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...highlight=lazy

    So I will just drain the oil reservoir, cut of the oil sensor,and ride with premix, but why to block off the 3 the lines to the intake?

    I know the pump is lubricated by oil, but I don't care if the pump is broken,so that its does not afect the operation of the engine....

    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duffman View Post
    Hello

    Thanks for your fasrt answer, I just reading http://www.greenhulk.net/forums/show...highlight=lazy

    So I will just drain the oil reservoir, cut of the oil sensor,and ride with premix, but why to block off the 3 the lines to the intake?

    I know the pump is lubricated by oil, but I don't care if the pump is broken,so that its does not afect the operation of the engine....

    thanks
    they might suck air, that could cause a lean condition

    you dont want air coming in where it is not supposed to

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    my point of posting the link was to get you to do it the correct way! and if u cut the leads ( at least on mine) it will go into limp mode ,, I needed to tie mine together and if the oil pump seizes I won't guess what will happen inside the stator cover

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    thanks for all

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