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Bike shuts off when you push in the fast idle

Bike runs great on fast idle shut off as soon as you press it in to normal idle,

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Main jet is plugged. clean the carb.

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SOURCE: My 2008 gsxr 600 that i bought 2 days ago is

Its nothing to do with the damper
The battery may not be accepting charge due to its age or condition (although as u can bump it soon after it sounds ok). Check this out with a charger & meter
There may be a bad or dirty connection somewhere between the alternator & regulator/rectifier or from there to the battery
It could also be a defective alternator winding or regulator/rectifier unit
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Posted on Aug 03, 2009

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SOURCE: my bike shuts off at the stop sign and red light

Check fuel filter and drain carb bowls. It sounds like water or debris, shutting you down.

Posted on Mar 24, 2010

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SOURCE: my bike shuts off at the stop sign and red light

Try cleaning the sparkplugs with emery paper lightly between electrodes. Replace with new ones if they are pitted or badly discoloured. Your Suzuki dealer will advise on correct heat range for sparkplugs. In the meantime set sparkplug gaps at 0.8mm.

You might have to go for a size larger pilot jet in the carburetors, again, ask your Suzuki dealer for this info, as local riding conditions will have a bearing on this choice for your type of bike. Goodluck.
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Posted on May 14, 2010

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SOURCE: my bike crank up fine, and idles fine, but when i

if u have a hydraulic clutch check the fluid.If it is low or discolored i would replace the fluid. over time dot brake fluid will draw moisture, causing the fluid to loose its ability to create proper pressure.thus not pushing the clutch plates apart.DO NOT DRAIN OUT THE FLUID THEN TRY AND REPLACE IT....add fluid ,pump it out the bleeder until it comes out clean and clear. they have very small lines and air bubbles are very hard to remove in these small line.

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