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Take it in, or find out how to hook up a code reader the bike sounds like it has thrown a code and is disabling itself till it gets looked at.
Posted on Jul 12, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the exhaust gaskets really should have nothing to do with whether your engine will not start. However I assume that by not starting it is turning over smoothly like it should when you try to start, having covered that most motors will not start because no fuel, no spark, or no air not withstanding some major mechanical failure in the valve train or timing or piston, cranks et al..
Trying checking for the obvious first fuel, spark, air flow. then go from there hope this helps
Posted on Feb 12, 2009
that is the code for when a bike is laid down .... auto shut off sensor ...... as soon as u turn key off and back on it should be good to go again. ....
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
ok, assuming you replaced the carb header and stator with aftermarket parts, then I would say you definitely have a jetting issue. that flat spot is coming from your engine starving for fuel. its taking the gas too long to get from the carb to the engine. you would fix this by adjusting the idle mixture on the carb. the first thing I would do is look for the fuel mixture screw on the carb. im not familiar with your specific model. but the screw is usually found facing down on the bottom of the carb, directly in front of the bowl. when you find it, turn it counter clockwise about 1/2 turn at a time until that flat spot fades away. if that doesnt work, then you will need to up the size of the pilot jet inside the carb. maybe 1 or 2 sizes would be enough. if you replaced the carb with a bigger carb, then you may not be able to fix this problem. in my experience, larger carbs will increase power, but usually throttle response, especially low end, suffers considerably. the reason for this is lower intake velocity and vacuum. basically, with a bigger carb it takes a second longer for the fuel to be drawn from the carb and properly atomize with the air. hope this helps.if I overlooked anything let me know! some more info on the engine/modifications and carb/jet sizes would help too. good luck.
Posted on Sep 06, 2009
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