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While installing the DynoJet Powercommander, the white CPC coupling on the fuel line snapped and started pouring fuel all over my '01 Daytona 955i... After a long burst of vulgarity, I started to look for ways to repair this injury.

If anyone has a parts book and can help me find the part number, please save my bike. I'm also looking for a repair manual for the bike, and if anyone can help me find one, any help is greatly appreciated!
 
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While installing the DynoJet Powercommander, the white CPC coupling on the fuel line snapped and started pouring fuel all over my '01 Daytona 955i... After a long burst of vulgarity, I started to look for ways to repair this injury.

If anyone has a parts book and can help me find the part number, please save my bike. I'm also looking for a repair manual for the bike, and if anyone can help me find one, any help is greatly appreciated!
 

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Actually a common problem. Plastic fuel fittings. You can get replacement metal ones from Jack Lilly.


[ This message was edited by: RogerK on 2004-01-19 18:18 ]
 

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Actually a common problem. Plastic fuel fittings. You can get replacement metal ones from Jack Lilly.


[ This message was edited by: RogerK on 2004-01-19 18:18 ]
 
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Metal fittings worked perfectly. Now on to saving up for the Power max underseat exhaust! :cool:
 
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Metal fittings worked perfectly. Now on to saving up for the Power max underseat exhaust! :cool:
 
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