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Suzuki 650 will not start when hot

Starts fine cold runs good for about 30 minutes and dies, will not turn over until cool and then starts fine and repeats itself. What is breaking down. Thanks

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Have you checked the CDI unit. These can breakdown when hot.

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SOURCE: I have a 1983 suzuki gs550 it wont starts when hot

check the spark plugs better replace them make sure they are to the specs of the engine of yr bike.
You may have to clean the carbs too!

Good luck.
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Check your Thermostat

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SOURCE: runs great for about 10

Replace the ignition module.

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SOURCE: my suzuki hayabusa wont start when it gets hot, its fine when cold

ssomethin in ignition or electrics is gittn hot causin resistence--older vehicles can develop it--test shud be done on each component--start with coil--then relays--then wiring--getta repair manual on that model but dont change parts til u got answer

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SOURCE: hi i have a 02 r6 bike runs perfect when cold but

bike wont rev when hot but fine when cold

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