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Long week

I have a 94 Gsxr 1100 I cant find 13.5V to save my ass.

I have an old Kaw that I cant find spark.

I've been bouncing back and forth between the two trying to keep my cool and hope I find something next time.

I find it very challenging after all these years That some of these bikes can keep me humble.
Yet most often once I find the problem it turns out to be something a beginner might find with some good luck.

What was your silliest challenge???

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My bike stopped at lunch on the last track day of the season last year at Putnam. Turn the key and nothing! Just worked great the session before. Rode it in and turned it off. It was a long year of coaching and a bit of racing. I'd ridden HARD and really advanced my riding. The session prior, Hotwings and I were out chasing down a 1000RR and showing them how it's done. I figured the bike was telling me that it was a good year, put an end to the season on a high note. I forgot about it and put the bike on the table for the winter. I stripped it down to every nut and bearing, re-lubed and torqued each one. Then I tossed in a battery to start it. Nothing. OH YEAH! Forgot about that. Did a little digging. Replaced a blown fuse and she's been fine ever since. Someone or something was watching over to keep me in check.

If this were an IT forum, I'd have a hundred for you Gus. There is nothing like driving to the far end of Ohio to plug in a cable that you asked someone to re-seat both ends of twice over the phone.

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got one of those little lipo batteries which is a bad idea when you don't know your stator is faulty and not fully charging the bike. it starts sputtering on the front strait and i think i'm out of gas. i roll to the CW in T1 and walk back to the pits to go get more fuel bc the dashboard is lit and i didn't think the battery was a problem. go all the way back out to the bike, fill it up, and it still doesn't start, this time it's cranking really slow. take back the battery this time and charge it. head back out to T1 and fire it up to ride it in.

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after i installed a bazzaz zfi+qs on my 08 gsxr 750 the bike would not start. checked everything over and everything looked right. i called bazzaz and they made me unhook and try a bunch of stuff and nothing worked. finally i removed the qs harness and the bike started and ran fine. i called bazzaz and told them the bike runs without it and so the tech asked me to tell him the order and color of the wires in the harness. turned out the harness was for an R1. sometimes you have to make sure you have the correct parts. my thumb tips were sore and red from unhooking everything multiple times.
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Last year at Putnam. The bike was sputtering erratically only way on the top in top gear at high rpm. I troubleshot electronics, battery, carbs. It ended up being a clogged fuel filter. Doh! The filter looked clean but when I tried to blow air through it amazed me the bike even ran at all.

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I have never had a problem with anything, because I am perfect of course. I did hear a story many years ago from a mechanic who will remain nameless that botched up an oil change. Bike on lift, pull drain plug, pull oil filter, replace oil filter, unscrew oil cap, pour a gallon of oil in, look at oil level, wonder why shoes are feeling slippery, realize drain plug wasn't in. Man that was a bad day. For him of course.

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I have never had a problem with anything, because I am perfect of course. I did hear a story many years ago from a mechanic who will remain nameless that botched up an oil change. Bike on lift, pull drain plug, pull oil filter, replace oil filter, unscrew oil cap, pour a gallon of oil in, look at oil level, wonder why shoes are feeling slippery, realize drain plug wasn't in. Man that was a bad day. For him of course.
isnt that how youre supposed to rinse the rest of the dirty oil out?

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isnt that how youre supposed to rinse the rest of the dirty oil out?
Once a year you can use a garden hose and rinse everything out.

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In a drunken stuper a friend went to the gas station started bullshitting and forgot to pump gas.
Later that afternoon we spent an hour unable to get the old bike started ,we loaded it in the van.The next day we tried again not until someone looked in the tank did we even think it might not have gas.After all he went to the gas station and got gas RIGHT.

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Or you can use an open flame to burn the excess used oil off. None of these methods are for amateurs though. Always remember to support your local dealer.

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Or you can use an open flame to burn the excess used oil off. None of these methods are for amateurs though. Always remember to support your local dealer.
im worried about carbon buildup if i use the flame, is there any sort of detergent or cleanser i should add to my hose water?

after i refill with the water should i run it to circulate it around?

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my clutch stopped working on track and i was stuck in 4th gear. came in and started to take off the clutch cover and realized the cable simply came out of the holder on the side of the engine.

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wont start seems strange.

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So the GSXR is done and gone.
Kaw is kicking my ass.
Different CDI and have checked the wiring till hell froze over .DAMN it Next i'll change out the new coils (seem to have an extra ground wire Hmm??)

OK lets keep our cool here because it's just a fucking motorcycle and it ant even mine why the hell should it keep me awake at night.

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So the GSXR is done and gone.
Kaw is kicking my ass.
Different CDI and have checked the wiring till hell froze over .DAMN it Next i'll change out the new coils (seem to have an extra ground wire Hmm??)

OK lets keep our cool here because it's just a fucking motorcycle and it ant even mine why the hell should it keep me awake at night.
before I got to the sentence about the ground wire, I was thinking ground problem. make sure they are all clean and throw a little no-ox or dielectric grease on the connections.

I know the feeling, Underdogs yz250f was one of these bikes for me. it was most definitely a learning experience. I chased the issue for an entire season before finally finding the damn O-ring in the carb that was bad LOL. now its the first thing I check on every bike




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I'm going to disconnect every wire and re rout the whol;e damn thing.

Something is acting like a kill switch .

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I'm going to disconnect every wire and re rout the whol;e damn thing.

Something is acting like a kill switch .
is this the one you had come in last year with all the neon run with speaker wire?




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you check the pick up coil on the kawasaki? or crankshaft sensor if it was on a car
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No that bike was a bad fuse box.

The AC generator passes the OHM's test.Although I have not found any #'s for ac output.

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No that bike was a bad fuse box.

The AC generator passes the OHM's test.Although I have not found any #'s for ac output.

close to 1 volt



ohm out the coils too, and check the power going to the coils.
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before I got to the sentence about the ground wire, I was thinking ground problem. make sure they are all clean and throw a little no-ox or dielectric grease on the connections.

I built a 350 and then painted it and the brackets all pretty. We put the engine in and started drinking beer while we put the rest together. Couldn't get the damn thing started later in the night and thought the starter was bad. Us drunk asses pulled the starter, benched it good, had multi-meters out and everything.

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