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 on: December 13, 2019, 06:52:49 PM 
Started by Archsider - Last post by Daz
That's a terrible colour, It looks like it's coming from the top of the engine and spraying, maybe radiator?

What bike is it? It doesn't look like a gv650 engine.

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 on: December 13, 2019, 06:01:24 PM 
Started by Archsider - Last post by AJC650
From the pattern of the staining, it looks like it is spraying out from somewhere when you are on the move, rather than just a drip - loose hose connector?  Perished hose leaking under pressure?  Can you clean off and see where the stain starts/stops after a short ride?

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 on: December 13, 2019, 11:12:36 AM 
Started by Archsider - Last post by Archsider
Yep i use a antifreeze... No I still don't know where it's coming from.
My bike is 2011

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 on: December 13, 2019, 09:38:25 AM 
Started by Archsider - Last post by 1st.turbogv650
Any idea where it has come from.? ( thermostat).
Thats not a good colour, do you use coolant/ antifreeze??
What year is your bike?

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 on: December 13, 2019, 02:23:30 AM 
Started by Archsider - Last post by Archsider
Hello brothers i had an issue today.
I was riding with no problem then there is a sound ( like compression ) and rusty water on my engine. I don't know what to do and what is the issue.
Thanks a lot
https://www.imageshack.us/i/plUvNLvIj

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 on: December 08, 2019, 07:17:38 AM 
Started by blekfleg - Last post by xuraax
It is normal. It goes through a self check process at key on. The spring is strong becauae it has to overcome up to 100kpa of vacuum, at as high as 10000rpm.

That makes sense. thanks

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 on: December 08, 2019, 01:40:21 AM 
Started by blekfleg - Last post by 1st.turbogv650
It is normal. It goes through a self check process at key on. The spring is strong becauae it has to overcome up to 100kpa of vacuum, at as high as 10000rpm.
Once again your ISC is working properly. Your problem is elsewhere.
The instant stopping in the video is the ecu cutting out the coils, so its anything that controls that. I.E. kill switch faulty, faulty pickup, faulty electrics causing ecu to cut coils etc.
Still waiting for you to test the reg/rec stator!

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 on: December 07, 2019, 11:52:28 PM 
Started by blekfleg - Last post by blekfleg
Yes it is a step motor and it regulates the air intake.

And yet the second video from the first contribution to this thread shows the pin being energetically pushed out from its housing. I would have expected that the pin would have been ejected more gently than that if that unit really contained a stepper motor.

Therefore a question which comes to mind as a result is "is there something wrong with that particular ISC?"

The pin is pushed out forcefully because it has a strong spring pushing against it. I tried swapping the "bad" ISC with a new one and the same thing happened, it popped out.

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 on: December 07, 2019, 03:53:56 PM 
Started by blekfleg - Last post by xuraax
Yes it is a step motor and it regulates the air intake.

And yet the second video from the first contribution to this thread shows the pin being energetically pushed out from its housing. I would have expected that the pin would have been ejected more gently than that if that unit really contained a stepper motor.

Therefore a question which comes to mind as a result is "is there something wrong with that particular ISC?"

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 on: December 07, 2019, 04:27:50 AM 
Started by blekfleg - Last post by blekfleg
Yes it is a step motor and it regulates the air intake. Solenoid is in the fuel injectors for example. My idle speed control (ISC) has 3 wires probably as yours too.

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