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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 05-25-2012, 06:00 PM Thread Starter
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o5cbr600rr FI light and oil light issues

The bike has done this twice today, holding the throttle at about 5 or 6000 rpm in lower gears in the city doing 50kmh the bike suddenly loses power and the red oil light and FI shows up. I rev it to about 10000 with the clutch in and the oil light dissapears, than the FI ligh disappears shortly after. The mods are a two brothers exhaust, k&n, PC3, and high output sparkplugs. im currently running the bike on 94 octane fuel...any thoughts on why it is doing this?
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what you running for an oil filter and how long ago did you change it

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just did an oil change about 800 km ago and i'm not sure what kind of oil filter it is, i got it from the local honda shop
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check your oil levels... sounds like incorrect oil pressure under normal conditions. I would start there... double check and make sure the filter is tight. Also make sure the oil sensor is grounded correctly.

On the right side of the bike at the bottom of the engine casing you will see a rubber cover sticking out with a tube running under the tank. (must take the right side fairing off to get to this....) Take that rubber casing off and make sure that he wire hidden behind it is nice and snug)

If its loose with will send a faulty signal.

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alright thanks ill give that a shot
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