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 on: Today at 12:42:26 AM 
Started by ewoke1996 - Last post by ewoke1996
figured it out just after asking, one of the throttle bodys were jammed open by the spring being out of place got it unstuck and its riding better then when he first got it cheers for the help

also he did ride it before he bought it and it was fine drunk people spilling beer on the bikes earth wire and playing with the throttle cable was the fail

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 on: Today at 12:39:21 AM 
Started by Samjam - Last post by S҉̰̲͉͕̼a͊̿̌͌̆̒͞s̢̯̜͚͓͉̒u̹̳̪̮̠̙̿͌k̖̰̲̮̲͛̿ͯ̍͒ͭ̃eͤ
Undo the tank bolt underneath your seat. Pick up the tank and pull it towards you until it comes off the front mount, have a quick check to make sure that both mounts are there, then slide it back on and nip up the bolt.

Best way of checking bud.

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 on: Today at 12:30:08 AM 
Started by Death666wish_ - Last post by bazzabear
From what I've seen Chief , you would need hollow axle/spindle bolts for the kind of crash protectors you're talking about  ;)

Was gonna put them on my second bike ( Kawasaki ZX9R ) as that had hollow axle bolts front and rear ...... but I wrote it off before I had chance  :o :o

Bazza

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 on: November 23, 2014, 11:52:03 PM 
Started by Samjam - Last post by Samjam
Hmm I'm beginning
to think that I must just be worrying about nothing then I will try and attach a few pic's to show the gap that look's like a good inch to me and more towards the top of the tank.

Note- No idea how to add pics but I added them on the facebook page and I got the same response of it look's normal.

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 on: November 23, 2014, 09:06:59 PM 
Started by ewoke1996 - Last post by Veto
Obviously the pre purchase check and test ride was a fail..........

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 on: November 23, 2014, 08:33:24 PM 
Started by ewoke1996 - Last post by umop-ǝpisdn
Other thoughts:

If the throttle return cable snapped, siezed, or excessively loose? Check by watching throttle mechanism as a friend turns it.

Is the spring on the throttle mechanism present/intact?

You mentioned working on electrical stuff recently, has a wire, or some other kind of rubbish, lodged itself into the throttle rmechanism?

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 on: November 23, 2014, 08:27:04 PM 
Started by Samjam - Last post by umop-ǝpisdn
Even with the rubber tank mounts in all three points present, the tank does move quite a bit. There should be no clunking noise as it moves however.

Just check that the rubber mounts are all there, but expect a degree of movement, even if they are.

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 on: November 23, 2014, 08:24:24 PM 
Started by eddieeardley1974 - Last post by umop-ǝpisdn
Lots of ways to tell:

If you have a digital multi-meter, then measure voltage at idle and then voltage at 5,000 rpm. If voltage at idle is higher than voltage at RPM, then reg/rec is naffed. Idle voltage should be circa 14V, but definitely above 13.5V.

If you don't have a DMM look for dimming of your headlight as it returns to idle.

If you want something more reliable than that, then you need to get your geek on. If your DMM offers diode testing, then great, otherwise the workshop manual has expected resisitance  values.

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 on: November 23, 2014, 08:19:28 PM 
Started by jagrugger - Last post by umop-ǝpisdn
most lost part ever.

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 on: November 23, 2014, 08:15:02 PM 
Started by ewoke1996 - Last post by umop-ǝpisdn
Stuck throttle cable or jammed throttle via some other means. Check that no wires are lingering where they shouldn't be.

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