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Suxuki gsx 600f won't tick-over when hot

Have already changed plugs, air filter and all 4 carbs.

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  • tomknowles Jul 19, 2009

    The bike runs ok but when stopped - at traffic lights say - it won't idle, just cuts out.

  • tomknowles Jul 21, 2009

    Thanks for this suggestion. I will check the valve clearances and reply. Of course a compression test would confirm or eliminate engine problems, but I was rather hoping the problem would be more simple - especially since the bike has covered only 32K miles.

  • drallim May 11, 2010

    Does "won't tick-over" mean it won't run at all, or that it won't idle?

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Things need to be asked, have you had the valve clearance checked. it could be holding the valves open when the motor is warmed up and not getting the compresstion it needs.

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