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Old 01-18-2007, 01:48 PM   #21
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Your bike has more than motor problems, it doesn't know if he/she/it is a boy or girl. :confused1

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Old 01-18-2007, 02:20 PM   #22
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It sounds like you may have hydrauliced the motor, probably with fuel.
You may have an injector staying open or another cause.
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It sounds like you may have hydrauliced the motor, probably with fuel.
You may have an injector staying open or another cause.
nothing serious?
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pimp paint job at that.
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Old 01-18-2007, 02:29 PM   #25
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nothing serious?
Depends, if it continues to do it you will have a problem.
Have you pulled the airbox?
Is it full of oil?
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Depends, if it continues to do it you will have a problem.
Have you pulled the airbox?
Is it full of oil?
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will pull the box tonight and see.... will shout menyana (tomorrow)
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Old 01-18-2007, 03:59 PM   #29
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the heater still isnt obut n and my lights in my bathroom are still out, i didnt check the microwave or dishwasher really me off.. coldest time of the year and my heater breaks

you fix it yet?
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nope.. gotta pull the airbox off the f4i tonight then i will look into it more.. bike come before household warmth
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Old 01-18-2007, 04:34 PM   #31
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haha you check the breakers ? you also should have a breaker on your furnace if its a 220v . im pretty sure you know how to reset a breaker if you need help let me know i might be able to come out and look at it.
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ya... checked all the breakers.. this is what it came too...


all the 110 plugs in the garage went out,
all the lights in my master bath went out,
microwave and dishwasher went out,
all at once...

we turned the HEATER break off!!! and they came back on!!!! :dontknow:
then in the attic i have 8 or so breakers for various ... and all of these item are ran into that box but none of the breakers were throwen.. now everything but the heater was working until this morning when i woke up

the lights in my bathroom.. OUT..
but the plugs in the garage are on... :dontknow:

its me off...!!!!
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sounds like you lost numerous circuits you have a volt meter? if so take the cover off you panel and check the load wires coming from the meter can check each leg to ground should be 110-1228 volts each anything else and its unsafe together 220- 255 to be safe . look under the furnace breaker and see if the bussbar is burnt or discolored if so you might ned a new panel. check the voltage at the wire side of the breakes too 110 to ground on each leg. what brand panel you have? like i said before ill come out and look at it and see what i can do. im a journeyman electrician...
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dude, you laid the bike on its side? you are not supposed to do that on a four stroke. More than likley the cyl that locked was on the side you layed it? Oil passes by the piston ring groves and hydro-locks the cylinder with oil, thats why it smoked when finally started. You can bend rods, crack rings and all kinds of stuff. When you h-lock somthing, remove the sparkplugs spin motor to remove oil and or gas.
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sounds like you lost numerous circuits you have a volt meter? if so take the cover off you panel and check the load wires coming from the meter can check each leg to ground should be 110-1228 volts each anything else and its unsafe together 220- 255 to be safe . look under the furnace breaker and see if the bussbar is burnt or discolored if so you might ned a new panel. check the voltage at the wire side of the breakes too 110 to ground on each leg. what brand panel you have? like i said before ill come out and look at it and see what i can do. im a journeyman electrician...

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dude, you laid the bike on its side? you are not supposed to do that on a four stroke. More than likley the cyl that locked was on the side you layed it? Oil passes by the piston ring groves and hydro-locks the cylinder with oil, thats why it smoked when finally started. You can bend rods, crack rings and all kinds of stuff. When you h-lock somthing, remove the sparkplugs spin motor to remove oil and or gas.

yup lesson learned.. i have never laid a bike on its side so i didnt know :eh: and i figured it will be on its side alot while i am learning slow stuff on it so what the :confused1
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dude, you laid the bike on its side? you are not supposed to do that on a four stroke. More than likley the cyl that locked was on the side you layed it? Oil passes by the piston ring groves and hydro-locks the cylinder with oil, thats why it smoked when finally started. You can bend rods, crack rings and all kinds of stuff. When you h-lock somthing, remove the sparkplugs spin motor to remove oil and or gas.
Thats what I said on the first page but what do I know about F4i's and them being on there side right?
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Thats what I said on the first page but what do I know about F4i's and them being on there side right?


mine will be there alot.. thats why i didnt think it would hurt.. :eh:
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