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|02-01-2010, 04:22 PM||#21|
Join Date: Nov 2009
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2008 Husqvarna SM 510
2008 Yamaha YZ250F
It's probably just because its been so cold out. Wait to start it on Saturday at 3pm when it's 68 degrees outside and see if that helps. If not, change the fuel, plugs, and battery. It's been my experience that 9 times out of 10 that will fix it.
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|02-03-2010, 01:38 AM||#22|
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Okay final post of this thread. I took it to the dealer, despite the battery being fully charged after putting it on a tender, it's still an old battery regardless. He changed it out and now it works fine. Also the sea foam helped out as well.
Now the scary thing, I had no idea there was an air filter recall for my 2006 r6. Apparently if a screw got loose it would get sucked into the engine or throttle! I've read r6 forums where people have actually had their throttle stuck and crashed! So a forewarning, always a good idea to check if your bike had any recalls and whether if the former owner had it taken care of.
Btw this forum is awesome, as a token of my appreciation and everyone helping out, I've decided to give back to the community.
I'll write a how-to in a bit, I'll be logging here more often :P