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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 12-27-2007, 08:16 PM Thread Starter
 
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Is this normal? (cbr 600 07 rpm problem)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-HXXrN1wNww

When i drive(are moving) and hold the clutch and give gas this happens with the rpm. But when i stand still and give gas everything is normal no drops happens... Is this normal for the bike, if it isn't what could be the problem ?

This is when i stand still http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NrepmK0rMHo

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2007, 8000 km, no mods, last service at 6000 km

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You usualy hold u camera upside down der?

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Looks like your AFR might be off or your limiter kicking in way too early? Are you revving full throttle when those vids were taken?
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Looks like your AFR might be off or your limiter kicking in way too early? Are you revving full throttle when those vids were taken?

I revved it to about 60%..

Whats an AFR ?

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You usualy hold u camera upside down der?

Its a mobile phone, not a cam... and plz dont write such comments

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This could be a TPS (Throttle Position Sensor) problem, a fuel delivery problem, or a fuel mapping problem. Hard to tell just from that video.

Have you done ANY work on the bike prior to this problem? Have you had the tank up to work on the air filter?


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One thing is for sure...It's not normal! Go to the dealer man let them check it out!

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This could be a TPS (Throttle Position Sensor) problem, a fuel delivery problem, or a fuel mapping problem. Hard to tell just from that video.

Have you done ANY work on the bike prior to this problem? Have you had the tank up to work on the air filter?
I haven't done any work on the bike, just the regularry services @1000 km and 6000 km...

hmmm... but why is this happening when i'm driving at a speed, when i stand still there is no rpm problem so i guess this eliminate the TPS or fuel mapping problem ?
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I noticed that you were in neutral while stopped, I would try putting it in gear (holding the clutch in, of course) while stopped and see if it happens then.

Are you get an FI code warning light?
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Probably doesn't have much to do with the problem, but your bike idles a little high.
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I haven't done any work on the bike, just the regularry services @1000 km and 6000 km...

hmmm... but why is this happening when i'm driving at a speed, when i stand still there is no rpm problem so i guess this eliminate the TPS or fuel mapping problem ?
I didn't catch that the first time. Check your battery cables and the main ground wire on the left side of the frame as well as all of your PIN connectors on the wiring harness. Sounds like a short or loose connection.

It's still under warranty right?


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