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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 09-23-2007, 11:51 AM Thread Starter
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No clue 07 GSXR 750

Here is my situation I have a new 07 GSXR 750 and today when i got on it wasn't running right when I put it in first and gave it gas the bike went no where. I can even let go of the clutch in first and the bike doesn't cut off. Any idea or clue please help
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Is your kick-stand still down when trying this movement forward or has the engine been killed, for there is a cut-off safety switch on the kick-stand. So try it again & see if that is the answer

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Is your kick-stand still down when trying this movement forward or has the engine been killed, for there is a cut-off safety switch on the kick-stand. So try it again & see if that is the answer
"...the bike doesn't cut off..."

Nope, that's not the answer.




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Re: No clue 07 GSXR 750

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Here is my situation I have a new 07 GSXR 750 and today when i got on it wasn't running right when I put it in first and gave it gas the bike went no where. I can even let go of the clutch in first and the bike doesn't cut off. Any idea or clue please help
Have you done anything to it?
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That sucks about ur bike. But the best thing to do is get it back to the dealership so that they can trouble shoot it and fix it. It is still under warranty and shouldn't charge u anything to fix it as long as the problem wasn't caused by an aftermarket upgrade. This is what I was told about after market parts by the dealership- if the problem was caused by an aftermarket upgrade then it isn't covered under warranty( that is also the law) i.e u install an slip-on and later on u have an exhaust leak- not covered but say u have a slip-on exhaust and a signal light goes out-covered(that's what happened to me). Anyway, take it to the dealer at the least, you'll get it trouble shot for free and not obligated to have the repairs done if u have to pay for it urself.

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