Captain Obvious ... because obviously itís obvious.
Join Date: Jul 2009
Motorcycle: 2006 GSXR "250"
Re: Fuel Tank Rev problem
You learned the hard way what happens when you mess around with a fuel tank and don't do a proper job of cleaning up. You need to open up the whole fuel assembly, find whatever crap went in there, and you're probably going to need to replace the filter itself (not the strainer). Part #15610-14J00 is the regulator and MAY have the actual filter in there (I have not confirmed that, but it is the most plausible based on the part break-down). However, your pump itself may also be damaged from whatever shards you introduced by what sounds like you cutting the tank. If that is also damaged, that means you'll need a new pump, which it seems like you cannot order separately (according to the fiche). And the only other options are relying on an aftermarket pump not failing on you, or just ordering the whole assembly AFTER cleaning the tank, THOROUGHLY. Part number of assembly: 15100-47H11.
2006 GSXR "250" with an Akrapovic full exhaust and a flashed ECM. 162whp, 77ft-lb. Slow-lane certified
2000 Honda VTR 1000. Practically a 250.