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Old 02-27-2010, 03:57 PM   #1
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HELP!!! NEED HELP WITH THE PERFORMANCE ON MY 04 GSXR 1000

OK I HAVE A 04 GSXR 1000 NOT SURE EXACTLY WHAT IS WRONG I CAN POWER UP IN 2ND GEAR FOR A WHEELIE BUT NO 3RD GEAR JUST WONT PULL UP SOMETHINGS WRONG AND DONT KNOW WHAT IT IS AND JUST WENT WITH NEW CHAIN AND UP 2 TEETH ON REAR SPROCKET ANY HELP????
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Old 02-27-2010, 04:00 PM   #2
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Just put a new chain and plus 2 on rear?

Check the number on the old sprocket, make sure it truely was 2 up already. Maybe the old sprocket is alot larger.

Was the front changed out? Was it -1?
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Old 02-27-2010, 04:04 PM   #3
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SPROCKETS WERE STOCK SIZE SO I REPLACED THE FRONT WITH SAME TEETH AND WENT UP 2 TEETH IN REAR
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Old 02-27-2010, 04:08 PM   #4
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let us know when you loop it .
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Wouldnt see how it wouldnt. Even w stock gearing.

Learn clutch it up and save your bike/hospital bills lol.


All seriousness, did you break in the chain w at least 200miles first? It wasnt overly tight before was it?
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Old 02-28-2010, 05:41 PM   #6
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WELL I CAN CLUTCH IT UP IN THIRD JUST BOTHERS ME THAT I SHOULD BE ABLE TO JUST THROTTLE IT UP AND I DONT KNOW I REALLY GOOD MECHANIC THAT I CAN TRUST AND WONT RAPE ME ON PRICE
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-1 in front would have made the same difference. I would go down 1 in the front now.
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my bad sorry bout the caps lol.....I was thinkin bout going 1 down in the front just wanna find out why i have the power loss any good mechanics in the area i can trust and wont get screwed??
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you should be able to power it up in third without sprockets, you might have to much sag in your rear suspension or its set to soft. If its soft, when you try to pull it up the suspension will absorb the weight transfer causing the bike not to come up. pm me if you need to and Ill get you more info
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Old 02-28-2010, 11:17 PM   #12
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Ok thanks will do ill give it a shot when I get back to my shop on mon
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So are you saying it would throttle wheelie in 3rd before the swap and now won't?
Check the gearing of the old sprockets vs the new to see if you already were -1 before you swapped parts.
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No it wouldnt pull up before i had to clutch it up just to get up in second the old sprockets were stock i checked the numbers i kept thinking it could be fuel related and i had someone clean the injectors but i really dont think they did cause i didnt feel a difference at all just need a good mechanic basically to tell me what all is wrong without getting rapped and dont wanna keep throwing on aftermarket parts till i really find out what the lag is
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No it wouldnt pull up before i had to clutch it up just to get up in second the old sprockets were stock i checked the numbers i kept thinking it could be fuel related and i had someone clean the injectors but i really dont think they did cause i didnt feel a difference at all just need a good mechanic basically to tell me what all is wrong without getting rapped and dont wanna keep throwing on aftermarket parts till i really find out what the lag is
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here I thought we were discussing a power problem.
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still am just tryin to figure out what all is causing the power loss
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Wait wait, if you couldn't do it before and still can't do it.
But can power up 2nd which you couldn't do that before.
Where is this apparent power loss?
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3rd gear and I can feel it doesn't have all the power it should
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Is it more than before the sprocket?
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