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Rpm meter is not smooth I have used pic 12f509 ic for programming and meter reading not >8000 timing matching good and the performance of the bike is also good plz help me @
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi Zizi, I don't think you have a 2004 GTS1000, unless it's been in a crate for a few years. Anyway, it's almost certainly sounds like a fuel fault, but two things to check.
I assume the EFI light doesn't come on (orange one) and you have good sparks, but FYI the ignition coils corrode inside where the HT wires go. There is also a 16 pin multiblock connector above the alternator that is prone to going green with corrosion and all the sensor inputs/injector outputs go through this plug. The HT caps are prone to breaking down, replace them with SD05F NGKs, as they are a lot cheaper than Yamaha OEM stuff ( the OEM boots fit on so making a waterproof seal at the head again).
Fuel checks, you have a fuel pump in your tank, with a filter gauze. You also have a fuel filter to the side of the tank, and a return circuit controlled by a fuel regulator at the end of the fuel rail. The odd thing with your symptons is it takes half an hour or so...before you get the fault. If it was fuel starvation, it would happen sooner, so maybe something like the coil is getting hot etc. Is the engine rougher?
You can also look on the www.gtsclub.org website, but you'll have to register.
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
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