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Doesn't break a grand in gear

I have a 1994 gsxr 750. Cleaned the carbs replace needles and gaskets. everthing thing on the bike works fine. in neutral or with clutch pulled, the bike will rev as high as you want it too, but the second you kick it in to gear it drops to 1000 rpms. i rode it for a little while hoping it needed to be ran a little but i never got it over 1200 rpms. Any ideas on what to look at?

And if possible i have a similar problem with my 94 FZR 600. It wont break 70 miles an hour. it will rev up but not go over 70 and even then only when pushed hard. Any help would be great?

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  • mwmbobcat May 26, 2009

    Havnt tried the taking the pressure off the rear wheel.



    I've already checked the vaccum level and there were little to no adjustments. The bike was like this before that and now still after.



    Already replaced the spark plugs but will check the gaps on them to be sure.



    Havn't thought about the ignition coil but will check those next as well.

  • Dick
    Dick May 11, 2010

    Does this happen even if you have the bike's rear wheel in the air and try to rev past 1000 rpm in first gear? I can't think of anything that would allow you to go past X rpm in neutral but not in gear. A lot of things can cause loss of power. Carburetor trouble might give you acceptable performance on the idle jets but trouble when you make the transition to the mains. Vacuum leak in the system somewhere might do it too.

  • Anonymous Mar 20, 2014

    my 1994 gsxr 750 has no power in till 6000 rpms and then it takes off in till you shift and the rpms drop then the same thing over again it wont go past 70 mph

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Your carburettors might be out of sync. You need to measure the vacuum level of each carburettor, and ensure that they are the same.

I had similar problems, which were caused by a faulty ignition coil. It is also worth replacing and gapping the spark plugs, if this has not already been done.

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