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I have a 95 gsxr750 the problem i got is when ever i come to a stop and pull off the bike seem to go down on two cylinder in a deep miss then come back in on all four and run fine i have had the carb rebuild,rejetted and put k-n filter on it

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Sounds like a spark plug braking down under pressure when you pull away they are under greater strain than when running at say 40mph i would change the plugs that should cure the problem

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Sounds like your carbs floats are out of adjustment or you may have water in your carbs from bad gas. When you come to a stop, the pick up may be pulling the water into the main jet, causing the stumble.There is a screw at the bottom of each carb that can be reached with a long screwdriver. Make sure you use a screwdriver that fit the screw snuggly and DON'T use a cheap screwdriver as the screws themselves are fairly soft and you will strip the head out if the driver slips in the head of the screw. Bike must be on fairly level ground when you drain the carbs (all 4) and make sure that it's gas running out and not water.Also, MAKE SURE to do this with a cool engine unless you really don't want the bike anymore . I have personally seen guys drain the carbs onto a hot motor and then watch them run around frantically trying to find something to put out the fire. Let me know if it helps.

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Know that most shops will probably refuse to do repairs on your bike if it is more than 10 years old. Most all shops use this same standard. Parts availability is the main problem. Also understand that the GSXR is an in-line four cylinder engine. A top end job will cost around $2000 and the same goes for the gearbox. I suggest getting a 2005 or newer with lower miles.

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