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Re: to long to warm up
It will pop on accelerating like a misfire only when i give it the gas faster than normal. It will happen also when i am riding and also with a slight hesitation. If anyone has any suggestions it would be great.....thanksThe first thing I'd try is some Seafoam in the gas.,,
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That could be one of many things, could be a tight valve clearance,fuelling problem ,ignition failure.all of these can fail when the bike has just run for a bit,the primary ignition and secondary ignition coil can fail from the heat it generates and the valves tighten as they warm.up through thermal growth.and the fuel goes down sometimes faster than it can 've delivered.these hikes have a pneumatic fuel pump and the vacuum pipe that operates it falls off the inlet manifold which stops it pumping.
this is normal for the bike to smoke. dose it do it when you first start with it being a 2 stroke smoking is good as long as its not doing it after you have warmed the bike up if it is check that the choke is not sticking
let the bike idle for the first min or so then give it a few quick burps on the throttle let it warm right up to operating temp then drive it go through the gears nice and easy first couple times after that you should be able to start opening it up and riding it like you normally would.
This is a fairly common problem with performance bikes. The problem comes from your thermostat. The thermostat is designed to open and close at a certain temp. What I suspect is happening is that your thermostat is opening too early for the bike to get to operating temp, hence the long time to warm up. Once you open up the bike warms up and the oil viscosity thins to operating temp and the engine revs more freely. Now your idle screws are set for a "cold" bike and revs high.
The other side is that the oil you are using may not be designed for your bike. Often people put performance synthetic oils in their bikes to perform better, but the production bikes are designed for thicker oils. Oils like 5w40 will be very thin allowing your bike to rev faster due to thinner oil, but you are causing extra wear on the parts due to less oil barrier.
First I suggest make sure you have the correct spec oil for you bike, then check that you have the correct thermostat in your cooling system. A performance bikes usual operating temp is between 95-105 deg C. This means your thermostat should only open at about 88deg C to start the regulation process.
carb needs a clean , try fireing a bit of injector cleaner into the carb (remove airfilter and spray a little bit at a time !! then try again , if still no good the carb will need to come off and be cleaned ,
hope this helps
the engine quit and the bike will not restart. No lights come on either. I believe I smelled a little burn odor just before the bike died. It was washed and dried yesterday but not started until this morning. Any ideas on what it might be?Sounds like some electrical troubleshooting is in order. Check all the fuses and connections for signs of frying if you smelled burning electrical components. Check your battery voltage and connections. and anything else you can see while poking around. This may involve touching parts of the bike that are not on the handlebars,