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Hello i have a 01 gsxr 750 and it does not seem to fire on 1&2

Hello i have a 01 gsxr 750 and it does not seem to be firing on # 1&2 cylinders but fires on three and four and as i raise the rpms nuber two seems to come back to life but not number one any help would be great thanks

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  • johnnixon17 Jun 16, 2009

    swaped coils same result instaleed new plugs i can hold my hand over the throttle bodies of 1&2 and the bike will stay running but if i put hand over 3&4 the bike dies is this a intake gasket leak?or maybe a cdi problem?

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You have two coils on the bike. I would start by checking the coil for the non working cylinders. Trace the spark plug wires back to the coil from cylinders 1 & 2.

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