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|Suzuki Sportbikes GSX-1300R - Hayabusa, GSX-R1000, GSX-R750, GSX-R600, TL1000R/S, Katana, GS500F, Bandit, SV Series, RG500|
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Originally Posted by Ghostrider750
I love how newbie's post "It's the bike, can't me me! I'm smooth with a car or dirt bike. Believe me, unless your that 1% that actually has a lemon bike-it's you. You got to get use to how the bike really works and how it like to be ridden. Ever notice why Suzuki stated that the GSX-R bike are intended for experienced riders? That means even the 600 and 750 not just the 1000.
Originally Posted by TheGeek
For all this bitching and moaning, who has taken their bike to the dealer to have it checked out? I have 2 friends, both with K6 600s. Both had the problem. Both took it to the dealership, and now both won't shut the hell up about how smooth it is and how quick the power comes.
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Originally Posted by jk750
That's true, Will. I think your bike's symptoms had a lot to do with the S.E.T valve actuator cables being out of adjustment, too. That was also a common issue to many K6 owners. That, and the lean stock map.
This is why I said in post #4 to check to check all cable adjustments.
The problem that these owners are talking about might be the same thing, or it might be something different on the intake side. The way it sounds, I'm thinking it has something to do with the Secondary Throttle Valve system.
Does it demand a recall? I doubt it, but I don't know yet for sure. I want to get to the bottom of this as much as anybody. Sometimes the most complex problems have the simplest solutions.
You may be on to something. If your R/R is fried, your stator is next. If your R/R is only temporarily overheating, it may be causing those problems.
Time to do some temperature readings on the unit. Possible cures include relocation, installing a heat sink, or even adding an auxiliary pc fan.
If this is the cause of the throttle problems, then yes, it warrants a recall.
Old but good info on R/R problems and solutions - scroll down to step 3.
The GSResources - Stator Papers II - FAQ
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