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Old 09-29-2011, 07:43 AM   #1
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2003 R6 when I clutch in and ride up to the light or in neutral giving it no gas coasting up to light, the bike will shut off on me any ideas
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Is your idle real low? have your throttle/idle cables been adjusted?
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2003 R6 when I clutch in and ride up to the light or in neutral giving it no gas coasting up to light, the bike will shut off on me any ideas
i dont know the specifics of your bike off hand, so ill throw out some ideas...

check clutch lever free play. if it isnt adjusted properly the clutch could still be partially engaged and dragging, even if you have the lever pulled in.

see if there is a second adjuster, its usually down on the engine case somewhere...this is more likely the problem since you say it happens in nuetral too...i would check them both, a lot of riders mess with the one at the lever thinking its used to put the lever at a "comfortable" spot...it isnt!

does it only happen while moving? or does it happen when stopped also? does it sound like it bogging, or dropping RPM's before it stops or is it sudden?

check your idle speed...what RPM's does the bike idle at when stopped? if it is too low, you may have this problem. on some bikes that is computer controlled, on others you can adjust it with a , you may need to check with the manual. carbed bikes should have a . sometimes this needs to be adjusted as the seasons change and tempretures are different.

it wouldnt hurt to throw a fuel treatment in the tank. i recomend startron, or something else made for ethenol gas. if you are lucky, that may solve the problem.
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Idle was too low .....thanks
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That was an experiment on the 03s. It's not the idle. It's and enviromentally concious adaptation to the bike. It's called ASO. Auto Shut Off to save gas and pollution so we don't have to cut down so many trees in the rain forest so we can drill for more oil to make gas for bikes. See how it comes full circle? If you messed with it your bike probably won't pass inspection now. The Onstar developed tracking chip automatically sends a signal to the cops and they tack you with PGS and they'll throw your squeaky tight hinder in jail for 10 years.
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That was an experiment on the 03s. It's not the idle. It's and enviromentally concious adaptation to the bike. It's called ASO. Auto Shut Off to save gas and pollution so we don't have to cut down so many trees in the rain forest so we can drill for more oil to make gas for bikes. See how it comes full circle? If you messed with it your bike probably won't pass inspection now. The Onstar developed tracking chip automatically sends a signal to the cops and they tack you with PGS and they'll throw your squeaky tight hinder in jail for 10 years.
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