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27 minutes ago, Tinknocker said:

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Is this the right one? It has "R1" in part # whereas Docc's link is "R" only? Also, I seem to remember reading that #1 relay has 1 more pin than #2&3, but, that #1 will work for all 3. Is that correct? They don't have results for G8HE-1C7T-R-DC12. Thanks Chuck, Deoxit "A/V" kit in cart.

Not sure what the added "1" designation is.  I do not see it in the product description sheet from OMRON ("R" is surge suppression /built in resistor):

https://omronfs.omron.com/en_US/ecb/products/pdf/en-g8he.pdf

Indeed, the #1 Relay is the only 5-pin, but they (5-pin/"C" pattern) can be installed in every position, and therefor moved about freely as necessary.

$10.80 each? Yikes! Why not just get them for $3.91 each from onlinecomponents, fill every slot and have an extra set?

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Received my 10-pack of new Omron relays from Online Components (thanks Docc), and installed the 5, all good. That leaves 5 for anyone who needs them. $20 shipped within the continental US. 

A few suggestions: The backfiring then dying might be related to 1/ Valve clearances, 2/ Induction Rubber Sleeves, 3/ Ignition coil or ignition lead faults.   1/ a sputter, cough problem when ve

Not sure what the added "1" designation is.  I do not see it in the product description sheet from OMRON ("R" is surge suppression /built in resistor): https://omronfs.omron.com/en_US/ecb/product

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Thanks Docc. I was going to go with eBay simply because buying Deoxit there also. They are 5 for $25, so $5 each. I will probably go with your suggestion as it is a little cheaper and exactly the same part #. Checked the main ground, and it was mounted to case. They left the paint on though so I scraped it off, cleaned everything up and brushed with copper antiseize. Probably go for a shakedown ride tomorrow and see how she runs. I think I'll leave the gas in it to minimize variables. I'm suspecting the relay could be the problem.

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Welldone, man! Everything you are doing is going to help and be additive.  I learned from gstallons that the "copper antisieze" I was so dedicated to is an insulator.   :unsure:

Caig DeOxit is the bomb! :thumbsup:

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I missed what you are doing here....... please explain . are you fixing a ground connection ?

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14 hours ago, gstallons said:

I missed what you are doing here....... please explain . are you fixing a ground connection ?

Intermittent stuttering is the problem I'm chasing. I noted that I cleaned the main ground and used copper antiseize on it and Docc brought up that you mentioned it's actually an insulator. I need to redo it anyway as I forgot to put sealer on the threads since it's a through hole to tranny. Will probably leak oil if I don't. Thanks.

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There are a multitude of "things" you can use on the ground strap . I would use a serrated washer along with Contax . It is a grease electricians use on ground connections . The bottle I have is a catalog # CTB8 . You need a complete circuit for things to be perfect . 

 W/O witnessing your problem , I don't know what you need to cure your bike . 

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Took her out for 60'ish mile ride, mostly rural and some slow in town riding and seemed a little better after swapping 2 & 3 relays. Definitely cranked better after cleaning paint off case for main ground. But, came home and let her sit about 20 minutes while I cleaned bugs off windscreen & helmet and attempted to start to put in garage and starting issues remain after sitting post ride. Didn't want to rev at all, died several times trying to start to move into garage. Would idle for a couple moments then die and attempting to rev it would stutter and die. IDK, seems like a vacuum leak or fuel boil. Will let cool down and try later I guess. She's never acted like this, even after a spirited ride,  til recently. 

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33 minutes ago, gstallons said:

Is your pump in-tank or under tank ?

Under tank. Fuel filter is under tank as well. I'm thinking vapor lock post ride. Looks like non-electric fuel cock, no wires going to it. A wire going to fitting beside it, low fuel sensor? Just don't remember having run issues after letting it sit after a ride, seems a new issue.

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Make sure you have the fuel shut-off turned on . I have a story to ( not ) tell you about that one .

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6 minutes ago, gstallons said:

Make sure you have the fuel shut-off turned on . I have a story to ( not ) tell you about that one .

Tried to turn the knurled knob a couple years ago out of curiosity, it wouldn't budge with my fingers. Didn't use tools on it and left it alone. Felt I might open a bag of worms if I proceeded. Omrons ordered from online components & Casper's breakout harness (thanks Docc), Caig Deoxit on the way also. Once my Buell is back in action, the tank is coming off and a decent tune-up will commence, minus CO adjustment. Don't have necessary soft and hardware for that. Thanks.

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I am wanting you to verify good fuel flow . That is the only reason .

 Remember , you are getting internet opinions and we are getting your description about the bike's symptom(s) .

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After the bike cooled down completely , did it run better w/no problems or do you still have issues ?

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