Question about 2002 Honda CBR 954 RR Fireblade
Check the bank angle switch,maybe the ring inside the switch is jammed,connector is ripped or damage.That sensor switch cut the fuel injection system when the motocycle is completly down.
Posted on Feb 19, 2012
Any Honda dealer that spent a month on your bike and had no success is a Honda dealer that I would avoid ever going to a second time. A bike needs gas, air to burn the gas, compression to make use of the burning gas, a timed spark for igniting the gas, and a path for the burned gas to exit the cylinder. Go to a different dealer. Tell them to check the fuel delivery, air intake, compression, spark timing and spark quality, and exhaust system. Fuel delivery and spark are the most likely source of the problem. This ain't rocket science. I think you will find the first Honda dealer's "mechanic" is totally incompetent. Simply hooking up a code reader should point the mechanic in the right direction.
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