2011 KTM 250 SXF bogging when opening the throttle serviced air filters, installed new spark plug, flushed the injector, but before I cleaned the injector the bike was idling great, cleaning the injector has fixed the bogging but now it won't idle just cuts out?
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When you "give it gas" you are opening the throttle.
At that point the fuel system is supposed to supply the engine with more fuel to maintain the air/fuel mixture.
Check for anything that might be clogged like filters, hoses, fuel passages, etc.
If it is still under warranty you could void your warranty
if you work on it though in this case a warranty is meaningless if you have taken it in 6 times.
I've seen models where you could replace everything and
a week later it would refuse to run.
Sometimes it's better to leave the thing at the junk yard and buy a new one but that doesn't happen often.
if the bike starts after a short time it could be a blocked filter or a carby problem needle and seat or a stuck float,if not the bike might be over heating and siezing partialy,hard to say without more info.hopes this helps
Motion Pro offers a tool that is half the price of the one KTM offers, that will do the job. I got mine at Bikebandit.com after searching all over for months trying to find a cheap alternative to removing the spark plug from my 2007 KTM 250 SXF.