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Definitely fuel delivery problems?

So I have noticed that sometimes lately, and this is completly random... when sitting still my idle will drop and raise and have a sound like it is cammed then it will go back to normal. I never thought much of it until the other day I was riding like normal and coming up to a stoplight/right turn and the bike died while I was down shifting. I figured I just tapped the kill switch or something because I could not get it to duplicate that.

Well today riding to work I noticed on the freeway keeping the thorottle steady it would feel like I was letting off and getting back on kinda jumping a little bit. I could not get it to duplicate that either.

But when I went to park at work I had it in neutral kick stand down then when I turned my bars left the bike started to idle very badly and it died.

I am completly clueless as to fuel delivery so any input/opinions would be really appreciated.

This is on a 2006 600rr with just under 16k miles, air filter was changed 2k miles ago and oil and coolant were changed 1k miles ago. I have a yosh slip on with no power commander, but it has been on for 13k miles and no issues.
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Check to see if the fuel hose is kinked and your battery cables are tight.

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Check to see if the fuel hose is kinked and your battery cables are tight.

Will do, I did wash it recently and only hand tightened the battery bolts.
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have you had any backfiring or anything like that? it maybe that the mapping is off with the yosh and its finally catching up.

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have you had any backfiring or anything like that? it maybe that the mapping is off with the yosh and its finally catching up.
I have actually but nothing big usually just when I'm in gear at high rpms then let off the throttle and get back on it a bit I'll get a little bit of backfire, but never super loud or spitting smoke or flames.
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Also sometimes when I shift at high rpms I'll get a little pop. I never thought it was harmful though.
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yea you need maping adjustments, also check your sparkplugs they may be clogged/fowled

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yea you need maping adjustments, also check your sparkplugs they may be clogged/fowled
Yeah I will check those thanks for the input guys. Definitely gotta keep this thing in shape I need it now more than ever.
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I highly doubt the plugs got that fouled up by having a slip on. Tons of people have slip-ons and never get a powercommanders or tuning. I would check the easy stuff first.

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no prob, even with this economy living without the horse would be devistating. i just wish this insurance company would hurry the f**k up so i can get back on the horse.

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Check to see if the fuel hose is kinked and your battery cables are tight.

You called it, I finally got it to duplicate it again, luckily it was at night so I was able to notice when it would idle really bad my 2nd headlight was going in and out.

The positive cable was really loose, all good now.

Thanks alot man I would have never thought about that =]
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yeah check all your hoses did you do the block off plate mod? and how many miles do you have on the air filter your running my 03 did this after i did the block offs and exhaust i remapped it replaced the filter and voila no more ruff idle unless it was cold once she warmed up she was fine!
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You called it, I finally got it to duplicate it again, luckily it was at night so I was able to notice when it would idle really bad my 2nd headlight was going in and out.

The positive cable was really loose, all good now.

Thanks alot man I would have never thought about that =]
well nevermind i did not read that last post!
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The mirror block offs? That shouldn't harm anything. Or am I just being stupid or is that not what you were talking about. Yeah I also cleaned my filter when I was checking if any cables were being pinched. But it was pretty clean still with about 2k miles on it.


Looked it up. I see what you were talking about, no haven't done that. But now I'm interested.

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The PAIR block off was a pretty easy mod, if you do that I would check out the DIY velocity stack mod too. You have to take the airbox off anyways.

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Yeah I read that it helps with the popping with aftermarket exhausts, although it is sexy I would like to be rid of it.
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yeah it helped with my bike, plus the velocity stack mod added some sweet sound. I would also gut out all the resonators in the airbox if you have not done so.

I had the cable problem once too. I would ride and hit a bump and the bike would shut off for a second and automatically start back up and throw a flame out the back b/c of fuel that was not burned. I thought it would be a major fix too, but luckily when i took my seat off i could tell the cable was loose.

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Yeah I want to look into those mods, it would be nice to have something cheap for a change. Only problem is that this is my only vehicle right now so I've gotta find the time for it.
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well done. but i wouldnt discount the remap and plugs. though not an apparent prob now, it may present its self later down the road. glad to hear youre back on the road. btw just got the good news...there gonna fix my bike, check in the mail

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Congrats man! I was just in san diego memorial day weekend, we rode palamar? I think its called. Good stuff.

Yeah when I start modding it I'll check my plugs and everything else since I broke 16k

what do you plan on buying?
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im keeping the 08, just repairing it plus i got some mods already waiting to go on. tripage eliminator and 03-06 int tailight mod, yoshi RS-5 slip and pcIII, and a night rider third eye

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For sure, thats a great bike. I have to say the only downside about it is my knees are right on the frame, and squeezing it kinda hurts. On my 06 they are in a more comfortable position, for me at least.
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wow...how tall are you?

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Hm about 5'11. It may just be my friends bike, his is the only 08 I've riden and he has some funky vortex rearsets.
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oh forgot to put in the PM, the PAIR block off may give you issues if you live in Cali for smog test (not sure what they have to do for it) and it will help if you ever get a custom map for a powercommander b/c it would be putting fresh air in your exhaust.

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