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Having problems with gsxr750wp slugisg running then cutting out

Hi peps HELP got a gsxr750wp 93 not long had it and have no real idea how bikes work but all was fine untill a few weeks ago on way to work! started all ok on choke ran well for 300 yards then went all slugish got to about 6 on the revs then it just died no power still had lights but nothing else bump started it and reved up but same again (slugish reve up then died) but when tryed to start with start button it would not work noting so tryed turning key off/on satared all ok but huge back fire then ran ok rest of way to work (3mile) but done it dose exacly the same thing every time i ride her dosent seam to matter wether hot or cold starts first time every time! have noticed lights are dim on tick over but brighton up on revs. had some one sergest it was the cdi but have no idea what that is also ive been running it on premium unleaded so could that be the problem should i use normal unleaded ?

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    Got a 1990 GSXR 750 slingshot, It has been rain for the last couple of days and even tho the bike has a cover on it, i went to start it to go to work and it would not go. Engine turns over ok and plenty of life in the battery but all it seemed to do when the choke was on was turn turn turn the back fire. Has any one got any tip on start bike that are wet.



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You need to buy a new battery. or something is wrong with your charging system,possibly your rectifier which is located on the right or left side of your subframe underneath your cowling.

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