Honda: INNOVA125i(2010); CBR250R(2013)
Vishal993 Thank you very much for your help.... i would suggest/request you guys to do the pressure test on another CBR250R as I don't have the tools, in this way we can clear fact about pressure drop in our bike.
Of course, it is NOT worth checking and disassembling and touching the engine if there is no fault that requires it. But if there are volunteers for testing, you will be blessed. Or anyone who bring us qualified information about "Pressure Drop in the Fuel Hose 2 sec After Switch ON (Engine OFF)", will also be blessed.
It's Normal OR it's a Problem???
I bought: Two quick-fuel line connectors with a diameter of 6.35, male and female, an extension hose for a bicycle air pressure pump, a T-manifold, and a fuel hose.
(I had a tire pressure gauge and I took out from it the one-way valve).
...And connected tha all parts like this:
Another short video I made on the subject
"DIY fuel pressure gauge":
The easiest way is a quick T connector, but I did not find one sized 1/4 "(6.35mm). The item in the picture is sized 0.31" (7.89mm):