Question about 2006 Yamaha YZF-R6
Every time when my r6 gets up to operating temperature while am riding it sticks at 4000 rpm if i turn the bike off and on it goes back down until i rev it again it stucks again
Is your throttle coming back down or is it sticking and you have to twist it back yourself? If it sticks check your cables if it doesn't you have other issues like a vacuum leak.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: High idle
hello mate,, b4 i can give u any advice,, u need to get the carbs balanced and syncro,,if u dont have carb balancers then itl cost yuh bout 20 quid to get them done in a garage,, sounds to me as if that is the prob,,to give u irratic idles,,
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
SOURCE: yamaha 2001 r1
Got this from my copy of the Yamaha workshop manual for this model
The YZF-R1 features a self-diagnosing system for the following circuits:
1. throttle position sensor
3. fuel level indicator light
if any of these circuits are defective their respective condition codes will be displayed on the tachometer when the main switch is set to "ON" (irrespective of whether the engine is running or not)
1. throttle position sensor a) Disconnected b) Short-circuit c) Locked 0 - 3,000rpm
2. EXUP a) Improper connection b) Short-circuit c) Servomotor is locked 0 - 7,000rpm
3. Fuel level indicator light a) Improper connection 0 - 8,000rpm
It looks like you have a problem with the EXUP Valve on yours, probably seized or maybe cables not moving freely
Hope this Helps
Posted on Apr 30, 2009
Assuming you haven't done anything to the carb or cable, the revving up would indicate an air leak somewhere around the carb manifold, either at the head or at the carb/manifold couple.
300rpm is very low for a single to idle at, it should be around 600rpm for reliable idling.
To check for air leaks, spray CRC or WD-40 around the manifold while the bike is idling - you will hear a change in speed.
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
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