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Old 04-11-2011, 12:23 PM   #1
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fuel cut..

So my bike is having an issue ever since i ran it out of gas..

when WOT about 11k rpm to redline it will get fuel cut real bad..

So i thought well i the pump.. Replaced it.. Problem got better but not solved..

Im thinking that maybe i need some fuel system cleaner for the rest of the system.. Any thoughts?

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Old 04-11-2011, 12:35 PM   #2
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I bet the problem is in your puig double bubble windscreen, but I could be wrong
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Can you explain why you're using a ZX10's pump and injectors.
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Can you explain why you're using a ZX10's pump and injectors.
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fuel filter clogged somewhere?
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Old 04-11-2011, 01:05 PM   #7
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+2 in the pump/injector question.

i would run some seafoam through it, with some good clean fuel.
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lol the pump and injectors prior were from when i was going turbo with the bike.. This issue isnt related to them.. I ran 10k miles with them so far.. Just got a new zx10r pump though its not overfueling.. I just picked up some redline fuel cleaner and threw it in.. Hoping it helps.. Im pretty sure there is trash in the line somewhere.. Also is there an external filter on the bike? i got a whole new fuel pump assy. so the filter is new as well but is there another..
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have you tried to run it w/o the power commander? or reloading the pc program. not unusual for them to act up
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have you tried to run it w/o the power commander? or reloading the pc program. not unusual for them to act up
true.

also, when you load a map you need to reset the throttle position.
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Can i just unplug the box and leave the wiring harness for the pc3 inplace? also how do you reset the tps?
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you can just unplug the pc3 from both ends of the harness and plug those ends back together.

to reset the throttle position; you have to do it in the pc3 programming software
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ahh so just hook it up to my laptop? its in the software settings?
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yeah, been a while since i've had to look at it, but it's in the software, you turn the bike on and click on the box to set the closed position and then pin it and click it again to set the full throttle position....you have to do it when you change maps because the maps you download online most likely came from bikes with different tps settings.
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That's exactly what was wrong bro.. I owe u a beer or 5 bucks if u wanna pm me ur pp.. I'm serious

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it's cool bro, glad i could help.....enjoy the ride and maybe we can grab a beer sometime
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