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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 07-19-2009, 05:37 PM Thread Starter
 
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Won't start after revving, the last fuel bar blinking

This may sound like common sense however, I started my bike when the last fuel bar was blinking and decided to rev a little. I revved to 5~7k then the bike just died. I did this when the bike wasn't even warm. The temperature gauge showed "--". I tried starting the bike again but it wouldn't start. All I hear is the starter turning, trying to start. So I twisted the the throttle to WOT as I pushed the start button, then it bogged for a few seconds then finally started. Now my question is; did it do this because it didn't have enough fuel or I revved like a dumb a** when it wasn't even warm? Please let me know.

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This may sound like common sense however, I started my bike when the last fuel bar was blinking and decided to rev a little. I revved to 5~7k then the bike just died. I did this when the bike wasn't even warm. The temperature gauge showed "--". I tried starting the bike again but it wouldn't start. All I hear is the starter turning, trying to start. So I twisted the the throttle to WOT as I pushed the start button, then it bogged for a few seconds then finally started. Now my question is; did it do this because it didn't have enough fuel or I revved like a dumb a** when it wasn't even warm? Please let me know.

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Well, did it keep running after it started? Is it fine now? It wouldn't have lasted long if you were that out of fuel. I don't think you will destroy your engine revving to 5k cold, was that really all that you revved up to?

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sounds like a lack of fuel or an air buble in the line
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yeah man, cold revving your bike is a dumbass move (if above 7-9k so youre ok), but it will only cause long term-effects. Youre out of gas
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THis is a dumbass post.


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THis is a dumbass post.
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I revved to 5~7k then the bike just died. I did this when the bike wasn't even warm. The temperature gauge showed "--".
Really? I mean... really??

Two possibilities: Troll, or Gixxer wanna be accidentally bought a Honda.

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Sounds like you have some bad injectors. Go get some NOS from the gas station (the chilled kind)...

...Actually, based on this post, you might ACTUALLY do it. DO NOT PUT ENERGY DRINK IN YOUR BIKE!



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