MEXICAN V THUNDER


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rmcgruder
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MEXICAN V THUNDER

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I wanted to post this in the general area because my question is not about a Goldwing... My big brother just purchased a bike I knew nothing about, nore have I ever heard of it until now. He purchased a Mexican manufactured bike call a V-THUNDER. Well he removed all the fuel lines in the bike, replaced them and now the bike will not start. Please don't ask me why anyone would remove all the fuel lines...I have no idea....lol!!!! But if anyone has any good advice..or bad for that matter. Any and all help would be greatly appreciated!



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JULIMIKE54 Your the best!!! I will get these link out to my brother right now..THANK YOU!!!

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Haven't seen a bike with a vent hose on top of the tank since my dirt-bike and ATV days, and even those were part of the gas cap.
'03 GL1800A - Warning: fopen() [function.fopen]: failed to open stream: Sense of humor not found on line 2

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maybe save and print this pic...
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Thank you Viking, I have forward the diagram to my brother. Thank you very much!!

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Every time I read the title of this thread I expect to see some poor fool south of the border get blowed up by lightning. Every time I am disappointed.
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