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Gidday there Tim, It could possibly be dirt in the Jets or carby;s themsevles. I would go and purchase some fuel additive put it into your tank after filling up and take her for a long run. It might take 2 or 3 goes at this rather than pull down the actual carbs which is a messy job.
Could also be a crook plug breaking down when you throttle up. Even though they are new sometimes like all things you get a not so good one.
Try that there Tim and see how you go failing that back to the shop and explain what is happening.
Hope that helps
Posted on Nov 20, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Your sidestand switch kills the engine if the bike is put in gear with the sidestand down. If your stand is up and this is happening either the switch is broken or out of position. If it is broken you can twist the wires together until you can replace the switch. If it is just bent out of position you can bend it back carefully.
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
SOURCE: LEAKING OVERFLOW PROBLIM
it sounds to me like the carb float levels are out of adjustment and it is overfilling the bowls,or,the needle valve seats are worn and leaking,which will allow fuel to continue filling the bowls even though it looks like they are closed,remove the carbs from the bike,remove the bowls,turn the cabs upside down close the floats(push them right to the top,this simulates full bowls)then blow throgh the fuel inlet pipe,if you can hear air escaping from around the seats they are faulty,also check that the seats themselves are tight in the carb body,i dont know why but gsxr carbs seem to shake the valve seats loose..hope this helps
Posted on Jul 04, 2009
200° is quite warm...
If the engine wont turn over, probabily you have a bad battery, a bad starter or a bad starter relay, or bad connections.
A hot engine has more compression. If the full battery power doesn't reach the starter it won't turn over...
Posted on Aug 22, 2009
One, or more, of the three necessary ingrediants for combustion are missing: fuel, compression, and a spark (at the right time).
You said that it started to overheat. Find out why. Then, check the engine's compression. You need at least 140 psi of compression, in every cylinder, for the engine to start and run. Low compression indicates either the need for a valve adjustment - or serious engine repairs.
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
Testimonial: "cheers mate will conduct a compression test and take it from there. thanks. "
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