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Yea, again.. compensation... there is no excuse to blow off something that will only take an hour or two for a week...
 

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Secret to good service... "tip the mechanic".
 

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You spend good money on a product, you shouldnt have to tip a mechanic to get good service. You should get good service no matter what. A week is way to long, how many bikes do they have and how many mechanics? I would be showling up tomorrow and demanding my bike back.
 

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I bought my Fury used 3 weeks ago and the price of the tag was included. I am still waiting for the damn tag after they called me to get my insurance info 2 weeks ago. I work a 72 hour work week here lately (Feast or Famine type thing) which pretty much only leaves Monday morning open to get to them to get the tag. I show up today, and no tag again. I was already mad as hell because of the Fury shutting off on me as I was about to pull out from a stop light. 3rd time for this to happen. (Not me and the clutch. It's the bike.) Then she would not start because of heat I guess, but the fan wasn't even running. I did just get off of the interstate. She finally fired up after 30 seconds or so and I had already cussed the impatient A-hole behind me for blowing his horn. They replaced the plugs and a recall item in the emissions and told me to try it again. Has anyone else had any issues with stalling out on take off. I'm thinking fuel injection.

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I'm thinking fuel injection.
I'm thinking fuel-tank vent. Could you hear the fuel pump free-wheeling? Next time it stalls and won't re-start immediately, try opening and re-closing the gas cap and then start it. Just a wild guess............

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Thanks BarFury for the info. I wasn't paying that much attention what with the traffic behind me. I was just trying to get out of the cager's way. I was embarrassed as well. Honda's ain't supposed to do things like that. Ironically, I have a 1983 Shadow 500 that does the same damn thing, but it is carbuerated. (I know that's spelled wrong.) When I stop to get gas in the Shadow, I have to make sure that the gas station is on a hill so I can drift start it if it has been running for awhile. I will pay attention next time. It is calling for rain here the next day and a half, so I won't be able to find out for a few days.

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if it stalls again and someone starts horning you,just get off your bike go back to the honker and ask them if they would like to go up and start your bike while you sit back and blow there horn.works for me.ride safe
 

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Thanks BarFury for the info. I wasn't paying that much attention what with the traffic behind me. I was just trying to get out of the cager's way. I was embarrassed as well. Honda's ain't supposed to do things like that. Ironically, I have a 1983 Shadow 500 that does the same damn thing, but it is carbuerated. (I know that's spelled wrong.) When I stop to get gas in the Shadow, I have to make sure that the gas station is on a hill so I can drift start it if it has been running for awhile. I will pay attention next time. It is calling for rain here the next day and a half, so I won't be able to find out for a few days.

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So weird, all the miles I have, none of this has happened to me. I have stalled it because of the clutch, I even had my clutch lever sticking on me for a little bit, till I had it warranty replaced. Go get it checked out when you get a chance to bro, hopefully you find the time.
 
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