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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 08-18-2008, 07:02 PM Thread Starter
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total loss of power

I have an 07 600rr and anytime I am below 7k and I wax the throttle all the way the bike completely bogs out then out of nowhere it takes off...this isnt the normal low end no nut the bike acts like a valve isnt opening would a malfuctioning exhaust valve cause this or should I look else where? Could I also look at the gas that we have been getting latly with the 10% ethanol? anybody elses bike do this....and I repeat it is a total loss of power
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it happened to me once, i was like wtf. but never happened agains. so i wouldnt know what to tell you

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yo whats up i have an 03rr and my bike was doing the same thing till about 5500,( thats when the second set of injectors kick in, not sure about your year though) i had a bad coil so i wasnt getting spark to one of my sparkplugs, i would first check all your connectors to the coils then check the coils on the plug. dont know if itll help ya but its worth a try, let me know if you have any questions
 
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so i am guessing evokilla that out quick try at a fix did not work..?


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no pimpin it did not work...gonna try checkin my plugs and what not will let you know....i don't think my secondaries come on until 6k but dont quote me on that...anybody else with similar problems let me know this is really pissin me off
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Believe the secondarys are on at 5500 rpm and throttle > 50%
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Is this a stock bike? Slip-on? etc.....Also make sure U don't have a vaccum leak...
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Believe the secondarys are on at 5500 rpm and throttle > 50%
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Mine did it once but I was low low on gas and headed to the store pulling out from a red light...may be something with your fuel lines dude
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it may have been wattered down gas, the station may have had a bad underground tank that was letting watter in. try a new tank of fuel

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you shouldn't just wack the throttle open, rev it gradually. you'll actually accelerate better if you twist the throttle progressively and smoothly at the right rate vs. overloading the ECU with TPS info. i never just flat-out wack the throttle open, i guess cuz i rode carbureted bikes for years and that a big no-no with carburetion (it just gives a big lag and then shoots you out after the delay).

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I kinda just thought it was a fuel problem but the bike really shouldn't fall on its face from crackin the throttle like that its never done it before I don't really agree with the ecu overload thats what EFI is designed for...instant fuel
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If it's never done it before, it could just be bad gas or a cylinder out and not firing. Fuel problems can show up any time after you put new gas in. It could also be a problem with the exhaust valve temporarily closing on you.
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no power comander just the S/O...see I was thinking that it was the exhaust valve because it doesn't break up it just acts like its really restricted....has there been known problems with the exhaust valve???
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Only if you've messed with it. Have you tried doing the servo removal on your bike?
post #17 of 19 (permalink) Old 08-23-2008, 01:53 AM Thread Starter
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no not really I sort of took it apart one time
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How long ago was this "one time"? I'd take it apart and make sure the flapper is connected right and that the servo isn't closing the valve when you get on the throttle.
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checked it out looks fine to me the alignment mark is in the right spot.......starting to think it was just bad gas....I have heard alot of people bitchin sense they switched to 10% ethanol
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