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My gsxr after riding a while wont rev over 5500rpm but wont shut off

Runs fine if you shift at a low rpm

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    Louie Role May 11, 2010

    Hi and welcome to FixYa,

    Initially, it would appear that you have 2 concerns:


    • wont rev over 5500rpm - almost always, an air leak problem. Air leak are at the air cleaner/filter or the enclosure/box. The airbox rubber coupling/mounting to the carbs would have to be checked. Normally, there is a notch that should match, must wrap itself completely around the carb entrance and must fit the port/hole of the airbox. Air leak is different from vacuum leak;

    • shift at a low rpm - if shifting up could mean a transmission problem (not that often) or if shifting down could mean a clutch adjustment (often.
    Check and perform preliminary visual inspection. Pls post back result(s). Good luck and Thank you for using FixYa.

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Low on oil or have computer dynoed to verify limiter

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