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|08-02-2007 07:33 PM|
So my first post was right? for me!!!!
|08-01-2007 11:34 PM|
THANKS to everyone Who responded!!!! This is the best forum on the net!!!
I found that my throttle cable was sticking a bit so once I got it lubed up and free from stick It was not adjusted properly which I think was the main problem with the surge! Also I realized I was an idiot! In my many times removing the air box i found that the vaccum lines that runs from the intake manifold to the Intake Air Pressure Sensor was stuck down hidden from view and I forgot to reconnect it!! Walla no more blowing of smoke and running very rich!!! Problem solved. I hope my stupidity helps someone else in trouble shooting their problem in the future!! Thanks again!!
And yes a PCIII Will be on order soon!!
|08-01-2007 08:50 AM|
Originally Posted by Joe4g63gsx View Post
|08-01-2007 07:27 AM|
Thanks for the replys. I had the throttle cables off and lubed them again to make sure they were operating free. I also checked the position of the Throttle Position Sensor and it was off so I now realigned it to the proper position. It seams to run better now and jerks less while trying to cruise. But I have since noticed that I'm running very rich. It has a full yosh exhaust and k&n filter but I thought that would make it run lean not rich. Any Ideas where to start looking? Or do you know how to reset the ECM?
|07-31-2007 07:32 PM|
Does the 2000 have the exhaust valve? Is it in good working condition and its cables tight?
|07-31-2007 07:02 AM|
|impala balko||That almost sounds normal.... My 01 Gixxer 750 jerks a little bit at low RPMs 2k or under and I was told that it was normal and a TRE (Timing Retard Eleminator) would take care of it.|
|07-31-2007 01:28 AM|
OK thanks guys!! I have adjusted the throttle cables to both extremes and about everywhere inbetween... I know the battery cables and grounds are good too as I assembled it all myself and double checked all the wiring. I don't think its all me I know some of it is but at times it gets very violent like I'm smacking the throttle open and shut really fast many times in a row...
Thanks for the suggestions I'm going to check a few things tomorrow and change the plugs again too. I pulled them tonight because I was getting a little bit of smoke and they looked like they were close to carbon fouled. all black and sooty.
Thanks and please keep the ideas coming I will try it all!
|07-30-2007 05:36 PM|
Actually I would say check the throttle cables freeplay/slack. You might have it too tight. Add in some freeplay. You'd be surprised how much of that might just be you and your body going over bumps.
|07-30-2007 10:28 AM|
Check your battery. Possibly a loose ground.
|07-30-2007 03:10 AM|
2000 GSXR 750 surging...any ideas?
Hey there guys I just finished building a 2000 GSXR 750 that had been wrecked in fall of 04 and has been sitting in plastic wrap and a few boxes ever since. Well I got it about 1 month ago and I just finished rebuilding it! I will post a pic in a few min. It has 7700 miles on it, with a Yosh Pipe I think its a full system. I have checked the compression and it checks out! I have changed the plugs, oil filter, oil, coolant, and fuel, and air filter. This is the first bike I have worked on and I'm learning as I go.
My question: When I'm trying to hold a steady road speed it seams very difficult to stabilize my speed in any gear under 4500 rpm with out it surging as if I was modulating my wrist back and forth just a fraction. It feels like its changing back and forth from on throttle and off throttle. Is this common with fuel injected bikes or do I need to do some trouble shooting?
If this were a car I think I would check a throttle position sensor first. It seams fine all the way through the rpm range as far as tuning goes. It pulls smoothly anyways under acceleration. I was wonderning if this could be helped by a PCIII or any kind of mod like the pair valve?
Any idaes guys?