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Old 12-09-2014, 09:41 PM   #1
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2001 cbr 600 f4i hesitating/sputtering

my 2001 cbr 600 f4i is having problems. it starts fine and warms up fine but after about 5 minutes of riding it will stop at about 10,000 rpms. if you hold it at 10 it feels like its hittting a govern in a car. but if you let the rpms go down, at all,it will only let you rev to whatever you drop the rpms to. so eventually it will only rev toabout 3,000 rpms. but if you shut the bike of while riding and start it back up it runs fine for about another five minutes to where it starts having the same problems. i replaced the fuel pressure regulator and the sparkplugs. any answers for me?
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Wrong place for this, but Welcome to MH.
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my 2001 cbr 600 f4i is having problems. it starts fine and warms up fine but after about 5 minutes of riding it will stop at about 10,000 rpms. if you hold it at 10 it feels like its hittting a govern in a car. but if you let the rpms go down, at all,it will only let you rev to whatever you drop the rpms to. so eventually it will only rev toabout 3,000 rpms. but if you shut the bike of while riding and start it back up it runs fine for about another five minutes to where it starts having the same problems. i replaced the fuel pressure regulator and the sparkplugs. any answers for me?
Have you touched with anything prior to this happening?
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Old 12-10-2014, 09:24 PM   #4
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nope i rode it for 2 days after i bought it and then it started doing this. the guy who had it before me did just replace the gasket inbetween the fuel pump and gas tank.
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I would check for any thing that might have been left unplugged. Im not much help and was hoping some one else who jump in.

But scroll down to another section of the forum, there is a section to post up for help/info
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