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  1. Thanks for the help. I couldn't get all the photos in one thread. Here is a list of the miscellaneous that I hope will go with it instead of trying to sell them separately. PARTS FOR 2000 BLACKBIRD Good lower left and right front cowls Good tail piece Good grab rail Good handlebar switch Electronic box to correct speedometer Fairing parts and horn Rear view mirror parts Power commander Virtually unused original header, pipes, and two mufflers. It has a full micron titanium exhaust system installed now. Battery charger A used dust cover A riding leather suit An aluminum pickup or trailer loading rack Heated vest and pants Misc. bolts and parts
  2. I can send you what it sounds like running but apparently my MOV is too large for this topic.
  3. I bought the Blackbird back in 2000 and it has been a great bike! I'll take $3,500 for the bike and all of the parts. You would have to come and get all of this stuff.
  4. What year Blackbird did you get? I'm fixing to sell my 2000 and all the extra parts I have.
  5. I have really enjoyed the headset. I've recorded just about all of the CD's I have and it has used only just over half the memory! I use it while I am exercising on the back porch. It was in almost new shape. Thanks a lot.
  6. Is your case 42" or 42cm? 1500 Case Specifications Exterior Dimensions (L x W x D) Interior Dimensions (L x W x D) 18.50" x 14.06" x 6.93" (47 x 35.7 x 17.6 cm) 16.75" x 11.18" x 6.12" (42.5 x 28.4 x 15.5 cm) Lid Depth Bottom Depth Total Depth 1.81" (4.6 cm) 4.31" (10.9 cm) 6.12" (15.5 cm) Weight w/Foam Weight w/o Foam Buoyancy Max. 7.05 lbs. (3.2 kg) 6.39 lbs. (2.9 kg) 50 lbs. (22.68 kg) Range Temperature (-10 / 210 F) (-23 / 99 C)
  7. I've got a 1999-2000 manual and here is a picture of what I was talking about. If you don't have access to an ohmn meter, then your best probably your best option is to take it to someone.
  8. To be a little more specific, the ground is provided by the green wire to the common ground that should have 4 wires on it (all different colors). That green wire should go to pin A11 of the black connector at the ECM. Have you checked for continuity from a known good ground to pin A11? If you don't have continuity, then you've lost that ground and the fuel pump won't work. Let us know something.
  9. I think the fuel pump gets it's ground from the ECM, so if you hot wired it with both a hot and ground you might have a bad ground at the ECM. By all fuses, you did check the 30A, 10A, and 20A fuses?
  10. Is that metal clip that is held down with the allen screw tight? When I replaced mine, the wire was under that clip. That might cause a rattle if it is loose.
  11. If you can't get your hands on a test harness to check the ECM, you might check to make sure the ECM connectors are clean and not corroded. If they look okay, don't forget Superhawk offered to check your ECM out for you. Good luck.
  12. Another option would be: www.rockymountainatvmc.com/oem-schematic/4
  13. Page 5-58 of the Service Manual recommends if the fuel pump does not operate, inspect as follows: Support the rear end of the fuel tank, Disconnect the fuel pump 2P brown connector from the fuel pump. Turn the ignition switch to "ON" and measure the voltage between the terminals. Connection: Brown (+) and Green (-) There should be battery voltage for a few seconds. If there is battery voltage, replace the fuel pump. If there is no battery voltage, inspect the following: - Main fuel 30amp fuse - Sub fuses 10amp and 20amp - Engine stop switch - Fuel cut-off relay - Engine stop relay - Bank angle sensor - ECM
  14. XXera

    Brakes

    The secondary master cylinder, part number 45600-MAT-006, should work for a 97 through 01.
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