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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 01-15-2006, 04:06 PM Thread Starter
 
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Angry stumped! milliond dollar fix it question. for 2002 gsx-r 600

compression is fine, leak down test fine, fuel pressure fine, spark fine, electronic box checked out fine, no sensors are showing up on the display as inoperable, valve clearance fine, chain timing fine. vaccume to all three cylenders is fine. bla, bla, bla....... MY PROBLEM IS........ with clutch disinguaged you can rev the bike to your hearts content, but if you fully pull the throttle quickly in sticks, stays at around 3500rpm's and lunges. If you then back off the throttle to about halfway it jumps up to the limit instontaniously. It does the same thing in gear, full throttle it lurches"jurks" off the line, back off half way and it pulls hard.I thought it was the fuel filter $200! so I cleaned the one I had out and it helped a lot. Before that it would'nt get any power untill you were at 20mps, I mean a total slug until 2nd gear, no power! Do I just need a new filter/pump? it's the only thing i can think of. it seems to have a sweet spot at about 1/2 throttle where it gets desent pull, but the more you pull after that it just gets worse! HELP!!!!!!! one more thing I noticed, the choke,when I pull it doesn't seem to increase the idle much at all, if any.
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Re: stumped! milliond dollar fix it question. for 2002 gsx-r 600

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vaccume to all three cylenders is fine.

I found your problem.... You are missing a cylinder!!!! that is a 4 cylinder bike!




Seriously though... airflow sensor. Had 4 cars and 1 bike do that to me now. That was always the problem. I dont know about gixxers, but on my bike, the sensor is on the cover of the intake box.

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post #3 of 9 (permalink) Old 01-15-2006, 06:11 PM
 
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It's a hard theory to explain, so I'll put it like this......Don't touch the throttle when you are "idle". If you listen to any other bike beside you it will do the same thing. Its all good. You have to remember there are a # of parts moving at the same time, and they all stop at different intervals. Have Fun.
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post #4 of 9 (permalink) Old 01-15-2006, 06:22 PM
 
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Oh Yeah Dont mess with the cable at all. The slightest little tweek could mean big Problems if you dont know what you 're doing.
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post #5 of 9 (permalink) Old 01-15-2006, 07:59 PM Thread Starter
 
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thanks I'll look into the airflow sensor. I'm going to unplug it and take it for a ride " see if it does anything different" , then replace it if it shows me a sign. The box is getting a signal from the sensor, but for some reason it may not work under high flow. when I bought the bike the air cleaner filter looked like someone took a shit on it. k&n now baby! thanks i'll keep you posted.
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took it for a ride after pulling the plug on the air sensor. rpms droped lower at idle, almost stalling, and it seemed to exentuate the same problems it was already having. If I try and hold the rpms at 2000-3000 it flutters! with or without the sensor plugged in.
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Re: stumped! milliond dollar fix it question. for 2002 gsx-r 600

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no sensors are showing up on the display as inoperable
Was that in dealer mode, or just looking for the FI fault indication?
In dealer mode is the TPS sensor within range (centered)?
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TPS issues.
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took it for a ride after pulling the plug on the air sensor. rpms droped lower at idle, almost stalling, and it seemed to exentuate the same problems it was already having. If I try and hold the rpms at 2000-3000 it flutters! with or without the sensor plugged in.

Exactly. If it responds the same way with the sensor unplugged... then basically with it plugged in, its not reading it either. Now you have your answer... faulty airflow sensor.
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