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When temp get below 50 degree it die when shifting

Temp below 50 degree.run on high idle for 5 mins,take it off high idle.in half mile to one mile when shifting into secund or third gear it dies,pop clutch and start right back up and runs ok.between 50 to 60 degree i somtime get a pop out of the carb,but only during warm up .runs great above 60 with no problem.

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  • Mark Montgomery Jan 07, 2014

    Hi Scott T Hamilton, I want to help you with your problem, but I need more information from you. Can you please add details in the comment box?

    When it dies shifting into 2nd or 3rd, is this before or after setting the idle back to normal position (choke off)?

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Hi, Scott you may need to let it warm up longer or cover your oil cooler if you have one, for more information about your question and valuable "FREE" downloads that you will need please click on the links below. Good luck and have a nice day.
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Check your kick stand sensor if it's unplugged then there is your problem. If it's still plugged in then the sensor might be gone. The sensor shuts the bike down if you try to take off when the kick stand is down. you can bypass the sensor by jumping the two wires before the sensor with a piece of wire connecting the two leads together. doing so will allow the bike to be put into gear with the kick stand down so always check it so you won't have an accident. good luck and get out ridding!

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SOURCE: I can't get my Fz750 to idle. Engine runs great

You need to sync the carbs after removing them it wont idle if they are out of sync.
When were the valve clearances last checked? It wont idle if they're out.
If you alter the valve clearances you shd sync the carbs after
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