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Offline Mr.madonsims

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stalling
on: April 01, 2014, 06:37:54 PM
I seem to be stalling the bike abit four times just when setting off and when you have some one on the back it is a heavy bike to keep upright i owned a 1200 bandit before this wondering if i have got used to the   suzuki been able to pull away dam near from idle. maybe i am not picking up the revs enough any one had this happen to them or is it me needing to get used to the bike. Also whilst on from cold the bike starts ok I ride off and the revs pickup to about 3000 rpm. which when the first corner you hit is a 90 degree right hander is a bit hairy first time it happens cheers denis

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Re: stalling
Reply #1 on: April 01, 2014, 08:00:48 PM
Sounds odd, I've never stalled mine or come close to stalling that I can recall.
Could it be the hydraulic clutch, the lever can feely a bit 'springy' for want of a better word, after a cable clutch. Probably sounds daft but a long shot.

Mine's never reved up to 3k by itself, not sure???

Phil

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Re: stalling
Reply #2 on: April 01, 2014, 08:32:20 PM
Cheers Phil the bandit had an hydraulic clutch as well. The revving is strange may talk to Honda to see what they say maybe a fueling issue but its happened since day one

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Re: stalling
Reply #3 on: April 02, 2014, 08:11:37 AM
I've not had any problems with stalling, in fact the CR pulls away super-smoothly; but I do occasionally get 'racing' from the engine when pulling away from cold - like you might get with an automatic choke (do they have automatic chokes theses days?). This seems to be rider induced - that is, if I blip the throttle before the engine has fully warmed up it holds the high revs for a while, but not as high as 3K and not for long. I too have a tight turn or two (four in fact) to get out to the main road and approaching them with high revs is exciting sometimes. I have begun pulling away more slowly and letting the engine settle down before opening up. This has never been a problem once the bike has warmed up and settled down.

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Re: stalling
Reply #4 on: April 02, 2014, 08:16:16 AM
Just thinking on this, I believe these have a wax stat that increases cold fast idle, I can't recall mine idling that high though.

Phil

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Re: stalling
Reply #5 on: April 02, 2014, 12:43:44 PM
I start mine and leave it running while getting my gear on, without 'Bliping' the throttle. I can hear the revs level out, engine up to temp, all ready to go. Never had any stalling or over reving problems.

Just don't do this!!


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Re: stalling
Reply #6 on: April 02, 2014, 07:44:11 PM
cheers for the advice it also cut out on the bypass about 60 mph then cut back in once  :028:

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Re: stalling
Reply #7 on: April 02, 2014, 11:41:55 PM
*Originally Posted by Mr.madonsims [+]
cheers for the advice it also cut out on the bypass about 60 mph then cut back in once  :028:

That most certainly doesn't sound right.
Is it a new bike?
Are the battery terminals tight?

Phil

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Re: stalling
Reply #8 on: April 03, 2014, 08:55:48 PM
yes and yes its in for its first service soon so will badger them about it

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Re: stalling
Reply #9 on: April 11, 2014, 10:55:19 AM
You do need to give the v4 more revs for take off, just a bit more than you would for an inline four. I think it also requires a change to get use to it . Stalled my vtec vfr a good few times before I got use to the it so managed the crossrunner better from the outset.  :018:

 



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