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Question Bike died after Burnout

I pulled my bike out this morning to wash it since I was off today. For some reason I felt like being an A**hole and did a big ass burnout. The first one was fine but after I tried another one and I guess I didn't give it enough gas cause it died out. After that my bike wouldn't start. I had to rev it up alot to keep it running. I know the bike fuel injected so can I still flood the engine? Beside tire wear whats the down side to doing burnouts? Do you guys think I messed anything up? The bikes running fine now after I rode it around for about 10 minutes.
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Sounds like you flooded it.
The only other damage you can do from doing a burnout is burning your Clutch .


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Sounds like you flooded it.
The only other damage you can do from doing a burnout is burning your Clutch .
+1 on burning the clutch....
It has other side effect.... atracts people attention... I wonder why? :evil1:


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well depends on if you washed your bike before or after your burnout. The downside is that it gets molting rubber all on the underside and youll have to wash it again.
oh ya plus the clutch and tire wear.

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ahhaha...i love this comment "For some reason I felt like being an A**hole" that is great.
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Can it stretch the chain a little bit also?
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ahhaha...i love this comment "For some reason I felt like being an A**hole" that is great.
Sometimes you just feel like being an [email protected]#hole and waking up the whole neighborhood. I'm a Firefighter/paramedic, if I get calls too early in the morning I make sure to use both the sirens to wake up as many people as possible. I guess I'm always an [email protected]#hole. Oh well.
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post #9 of 11 (permalink) Old 10-04-2005, 06:45 PM
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Clutch and tranny wear for sure. Next time you you do one spray Pam food spray under the whole tail section and swingarms or wherever else the rubber goes and it won't stick. I have never done it but I have seen it and the rubber will just wash off.

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it also depends on how long you did a burn out because youw ouldnt burn the clutch from just spiing the tire maybe when you first started to get it to spin you have to watch the temp when you do a burn out due to the fact that your not pushing any air into the motor which is what helps cool the motor yeah the fanw ill kikc on at 220 but if you keep railing ont he bike when its up aroun 240-250 and you keep it going your going to melt your pistions to the cylinder walls
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and dont let your rpms get too high and leave them there you could blow the thing

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