Question about Motorcycles
This relay clicks when I try to start my 1995 gsxr 750 is there anyway to bypass it because when it doesn't click it fires right up
I would assume it is supposed to click, that would mean it's working.
what is the relay? what does it do? it must have a function, so bypassing it could cause some issues.
Posted on Nov 11, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sure sounds like a dead/weak battery. I'd recommened recharging battery or replacing then having both the battery (if you didn't replace) and the rectifier checked to make sure your getting enough cranking amps and voltage to recharge the system. Motorcycle batterys build up sulfer and loose there cranking amps if not left on a battery tender or used frequently over the winter, freezing kills them.
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
It should start fine - unless you have drawn gunk from the bottom of the tank into the fuel line, in which case you will need to strip and clean the carbs.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
Place a volt meter on to the starter side of the relay, It should show 12v or more when the button is pressed, The clicking can be low voltage, so make sure the battery is good and all cable connections are clean and tight. If you put the volt meter across the battery and it drops below 12-11.5 volts when you hit the start button it is probably the battery
Posted on May 05, 2010
Throttle cable maybe the culprit if carbies are 100% good. Check length of cable for kinks, squashing or undue wear on shroud. Does throttle grip snap back at all steering angles. Ball end of cable in twist grip maybe binding in the grip housing, cable often bunches at cable end from severe bending to get it in or out of slot.
Double-check the starting plunger is not loose, and throttle adjuster rotates freely for all carbs.
Check again (I know, it's a hassle) needle jets are all rising and dropping smoothly and in unison. A needle out of sync (on wrong notch) will effect idle speeds.
Tip: If engine revs high and you load engine (in first, slow clutch release, no throttle) and bike stalls, your problem is confined to one carby. If it's got some grunt (won't stall) you have issues with all of them...generally.
Posted on May 07, 2010
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