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Kawasaki Kit ECU on '07 ZX-6R race bike

The red FI light has started flashing on my race bike. Engine intermittently and suddenly cuts power then idles on maintenance throttle. Occurs intermittently all through the rev range.

Turn engine off, wait until the next session and it works perfectly. Bike was working perfectly until we rebuilt it after a wreck. What did we do? Using Leo Vince exhaust and VP 110 race fuel. Have not been able to pull codes.

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Hi, Simon_mcaule the answer to this question is way above my pay grade for this situation, I would call or visit my local dealer or reputable race shop's service/parts department and inquire about any possible quick fix, answers, or parts inquiry. Not being able to pull codes really puts you in the dark, could be a faulty connection in the ignition circuit or you may have a temperamental ECM that doesn't like aftermarket performance parts, a face to face with your fuel tuner may also be in order.
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Do you have an owners manual ? If not get one from your dealer, it' an invaluable tool....is your oil level so low your settin off a warning and the computer is smart enough not to let you start a dry engine ? There are troubleshooting tips in the manual....otherwise get it to your dealer, that bike is too new to be having unwarranted problems....Good Luck to you friend...Tim

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