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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 07-12-2008, 12:43 PM Thread Starter
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Bike lurching/stalling After starting

I sent my gauge to BrowningBuck to for the LED and Gear indicator (GI) Mod...at the same time I sent my rear sets to Tripage to get powder coated, and I ordered some ASV levers.

The gauge arrived plug it in, looks great but couldn't program the GI till my rear sets came back.

The ASV Levers came, so I put them on. Pretty easy intsall.

The rear sets came back a couple days ago (looks great). I put them back on.

So now I am ready to program the GI....Bike is in Neutral...I start the bike....it runs.....when I pull the clutch in pop it into neutral the bike lurches and stalls.

I am not sure what is wrong....I tried adjusting the tensions of teh clutch cable...but that didn't work.

If anyone could help, I would greatly appreciate it.


Thanks to BrowningBuck, Tripage, and Scott @ Cyclesector....everything is great...I am just an idiot :(



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You do not have the kick stand down do you ?



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You do not have the kick stand down do you ?
That was my first thought too...

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Doh!!! Ya that was it. hahaha

Hope that provided everyone with their AM laugh.

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Sure man problem solved smart ones tend to over look simple mistakes



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