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Gsxr 1000 3 years old

Parked up 2 years ago going perfect started it recently but it wont rev out

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  • dan_mullan Dec 10, 2008

    ive done that already aswell as changed the oil and spark plugs would it be anwthing to do with the vacume pipes from the injectors as when i pull the pipes off the ends of the little electronic boxes the bike goes a little better

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Try draining all the old fuel out and running fresh fuel through it.Dont try to dilute it as stale fuel turns acidic and corrodes everything it is in contact with.Fuel system may require complete clean out

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