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- Sep 21, 2010
- Northern Virginia, USA
I definitely have the single cylinder start thing with my 890. People say letting the bike go through a series if clicks before hitting the starter address it. Basically, let it boot-up first. I'm yet to prove that to my self. If if works, that sounds electronic to me and not fuel system.I'm not sure if it was this thread or one of the ADV threads, but I did a bit of reading around the "single cylinder" at startup issue. There seemed to be something tied to getting the fuel system cleaned out of manufacturing residue that some thought made a difference. Like a full-on dealer fuel system flush thing. It sounded extensive/expensive and not just "drop in a bottle of Techron" sort of service. But I'm curious if that might be something that could cause an issue w/ the fuel pump (manufacturing residue).
I've got no idea, obviously. Just made we wonder. I've been going down KTM/Husky rabbit holes lately.
My SAS has never started on just one cylinder. The words "flushing the fuel system" were said by the dealership when describing one action they were taking.
Fortunately I have great respect and trust of my dealer. This will get worked out.