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Pinkig under load ?

Its a 2007 model, 5000 miles. been parked up for two weeks. started ok as usual today but sounds like its pinking when under load through the gears. it has the usual unleaded fuel.
The throttle position sensor was changed under warrany 2000mile ago as the bike was cutting out at tickover then not restarting straightaway.
It has been ok since the sensor was changed and now this pinking/clatter under load.

any one had similar probs or got any ideas ?

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  • sav_circle63 Feb 17, 2009

    Hi thanks for tip. I can check d oil fine methinks after working on bikes as a day job for twenty years.

    I'll check out the mt owners . ta.

  • sav_circle63 Feb 19, 2009

    Update on running problem.

    This has now resolved itself.

    I have put a splash of octane booster in with the unleaded fuel and the bike now feels as good as new.

    Just for the record I used- RockOil XRP Fuel Enhancer.



    Regards All.

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Hey sav,
Are you a member of the MTOC?
join up and you'll get advice on this matter I think you mite need it looked at again and check your oil in the correct way as it maybe low!!! see you in the forum.

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