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Re: my bike starts fine but my throtle doesn't respond...
Sounds like a bit of trash plugging the main jet. This is not a major repair. Just pull thecarb off and remove the float bowl. Clean the bowl then remove the main jet & blow it out. reasemble the carb then go riding. P.S. The main jet is a small brass fitting in the center of the carb. It screws into the body of the carb. A single drill hole runs through the jet.
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I have the same issues,only the rev counter works but the di gi speed is all over the place,then had "no cdi" indicator on display,,bike wont start now just coughs n splutters,ten cuts out,i think the is a cdi issue,dealer collecting bike tomorrow i will update after diagnosis.
Clutch does not go bad. It just wears out. And the indication is that your bike will not accelerate as much as the throttle you apply. The engine keeps running, and you cant get the pickup that it had earlier. You feel that the clutch lever is pressed and hence the bike is not responding as much as the gas you are burning. It results in more gas consumption. You can keep adjusting the clutch lever, and ultimately, the limit would be reached when you cant tighten the lever any more. Time to replace the clutch plate/s.
And when the clutch plate/s is/are completely worn out, the bike will not move forward. it will just rev up static.
does this happen all the time or just sometimes?if it happens all the time you need t change your spark plug sometimes you probally have water in the gas drain the carb bowl the little flat head brass screw on the bottom of the bowl make sure your gas is on to flush it out buy some stabil ethonal treatment and run it every tank fuel good luck
If it works fine when you rev it check to make sure that your front and rear sprockets are not stripped out or bad, because that could cause the chain to slip. If that is not the problem then check the gears on the inside they could also be going bad. Finally check to see if the piston ring(s) are not worn out.this could reduce compression and the overall performance of the bike