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1994 gsxr 750 no power in till 6000 rpms

No power in till 6000 rpms then it takes off it does this in all gears i have replaced the spark plugs and changed the oil i noticed theres to much oil could this be the problem and one of the sync ports on the carbs doesnt have the cap

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Lots of things could cause this! Oil being over full can effect it this way but would have to be really high. You would also notice a lot of smoking if this was the reason. Carbs not being Sync'd correctly will cause this. Main jets in carb plugged or wrong size. Float level off can cause this. Timing off can cause this. Most likely the problem is in the carburation. Hope this helped!

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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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