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Old 05-31-2010, 01:01 AM   #1
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Problem with gsxr 600

Ok. I need to lube my chain last night so. I didnt have any way to turn my tire.. so i decied to lay it over on the right side.. and i lubed the chain.. didnt ride it all till the next day. Im on 59 in 6th gear and now i couldnt get past 7000rpm and if i gave it some gas it would just bogg down.. I dont know what i could did wrong.. any help?? oh yeah my speedometer is jumping from 84 to 75, its just jumping crazy
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you literally laid it on it's side?

try lubing it and rolling it a few feet, lube, roll, lube roll
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Ok. I need to lube my chain last night so. I didnt have any way to turn my tire.. so i decied to lay it over on the right side.. and i lubed the chain.. didnt ride it all till the next day. Im on 59 in 6th gear and now i couldnt get past 7000rpm and if i gave it some gas it would just bogg down.. I dont know what i could did wrong.. any help?? oh yeah my speedometer is jumping from 84 to 75, its just jumping crazy
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Old 05-31-2010, 04:59 AM   #4
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Man I had a super long day from my ignition harness burning up.. and I was stuck it the hot sun then it started raining.. then it burned up again.. and when I got home i wasn't thinking too much.. so I did what I thought was right
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Bad gas maybe?!? Since you said it was raining I'm just saying ... Ionno about why it's jumping from speed to diffrent speed
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carburated?

the only thing I could see effected by leaning it on the side would be the fuel running through the bowls(long crank start) or if you left it to the side for an extended period the oil could go through the intake.

If a harness was burning up, it could effect the speedo pick up. Pull the pick up and see if there is junk on it from the oil/chain job.
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Wait... back the part about your "ignition harness burning up"... On the bike?
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No its fuel injected.. I'm go buy some seafoam and see what happens.. yeah my ignition wire was overheating
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If your ignition harness was burning up I would focus on that more, that could be the problem (IE no spark at the right cycle)
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Laid the bike over to lube the chain? Tell me you kidding. Please tell me. How about next time you just roll the thing. Im actually worried you dont have the common sense required to ride a bike and live.
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smh.. lord i know i messed up but dam if u not trying to help then go bother someone else "bluewave" always quick to criticize like your perfect and know everything..
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smh.. lord i know i messed up but dam if u not trying to help then go bother someone else "bluewave" always quick to criticize like your perfect and know everything..
Thats me. Always quick to criticize and perfect. Look at my responses. I help as often as I can. What did you expect though? You laid your bike on its side to lube the chain. I would hate to see you do an oil change. There is a drain plug in the pan. Just giving you a heads up.
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sounds like an electrical problem
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smh.. lord i know i messed up but dam if u not trying to help then go bother someone else "bluewave" always quick to criticize like your perfect and know everything..
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i would focus on the wiring harness also, i bet that is your culprit. Maybe when you laid it over you pinched a wire? Bust out the multimeter and have fun....lol
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Thats me. Always quick to criticize and perfect. Look at my responses. I help as often as I can. What did you expect though? You laid your bike on its side to lube the chain. I would hate to see you do an oil change. There is a drain plug in the pan. Just giving you a heads up.
you mean youre not supposed to lay it over and drain it from the fill hole? (... ive been doing it wrong all these years...)
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Old 06-01-2010, 07:10 PM   #18
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you mean youre not supposed to lay it over and drain it from the fill hole? (... ive been doing it wrong all these years...)
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As much problems as you are having I'd rip all that , buy some Chineese track plastic, a new chain, re-gear it, button start, and take it to the track. Then go to CL and pick up a decent bike. You can probably pick up a complete harness from someone parting out anything from an 03 up to an 07.
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As much problems as you are having I'd rip all that , buy some Chineese track plastic, a new chain, re-gear it, button start, and take it to the track. Then go to CL and pick up a decent bike. You can probably pick up a complete harness from someone parting out anything from an 03 up to an 07.
ps - weed and riding don't mix. crack on the other hand . .. . . . .
what are you even talking about?
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