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Cannot pull away!!

I have a zr1100, modified, dynojet2, k+ns, remus exhaust.
was runnin lovely, but lately has been problems pulling away (intermittent) but now it just will not move off? it starts well idles, revs but when i let the clutch out the revs drop off and it backfires.. have changed plugs, caps, ht leads and inlet manifolds as 2 found to be split but still refuses to move!!!!! help please

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Hi ....... Have a look down near the sidestand, there's a small micro switch ............ spray/soak it with WD40 and see it your problem improves. It's there to stop you driving off with the sidestand down, debris gets into it and causes problems.

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