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After a while of riding bike doest go over 5500rpm

Though it does not shut off runs fine if you keep it under 4000rpm thats no fun

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    gsxrmonkey98 Jan 11, 2009

    thats a good point maybe both plugs and wires

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I have a 05 gsxr 750 and i couldnt rev over 6k rpm without it boggin pretty bad...TURNED OUT IT WAS THE THROTTLE BODIES. $1000 FIX D:

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NORMALLY HIGH REVING ITS BAD SPARK PLUG CHECK THE TUNE UP PIERRE

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