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No it wonít.

Understood. This is a project I'll need to push off until after finals, but thinking ahead is it safe to check whether the pump is working by popping the cap off the radiator, filling the radiator up and then revving the bike to see if the liquid gets pulled and through?
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Does anyone know the new oil feeder pipe part#? I looked up that part on a 2012 street triple and it's T1210124 , is that correct?
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Check Daytona too. 2013 and later Daytona will be the same as well.
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Looks to me from ebay listings that the 09-12 daytona got the updated pump but the 06-08 gen did not. Bike Bandit lists same engine number (483015) as the changeover point but that must be wrong since the motors aren't serialized the same (or are they?)
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Yup I read through that, just nowhere is the actual part number listed, just 'new oil feed pipe', best to verify with actual part numbers.
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Sorry if I misunderstood. Iíd look up the part number but I just donít have time at the moment. Whatever part number is referenced for that engine and higher is the correct one.
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I think my confusion came from what > means in parts diagrams. Turns out it's the not the mathematical symbol for greater than - instead it's supposed to be a direct translation for "up to", which is sort of important.

Regardless, for anyone else who actually wants the part# to order if they decide to do this upgrade, the new oil pipe feed# is T1210209.
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