Originally Posted by Sev
Spark on all 4 cylinders?
So.. i broke it down...first checked plug colours, which where near as damn it, perfect..light tan.
checked all sparks ok
checked out all air induction hose, plugs. ok
now...ive tryed to go by lowest common denominator and "balls ups" i might have made my self..i see we all installed high induction air filters K&n ect ect.
We all have tampered with fuel maps or/and done jumper mods (to default Eu fuel mapping).
Did any of us do a hard ECU reset when we performed the extra air intake? or the new fuel mapping?.
Cos i didn't.
So today, after checking over the basic egg and chips of plugs and induction..i got my self a can of that "seafoam spray".
Followed the general proceedure 3x over:
with air box off throtle held back sprayed a liberal amount into each induction pot, let settle for 20 seconds then turned on the bike and drew that shit through open throttle, whilst trying to start the bike.
stopped waited 10 seconds and then started again and drew through a whole bunch of sulphorus shite out the pipe, black it was...
did that 3 times over untill smoke out the pipe was just white(the product). now...
Your FI lights been blinking as nothings conencted..no problem, once your happy induction is clear..move on.
to put everything back into sync..with jumper mod connected..remove both battery terminals and hold the RED and BLACK together, OFF THE BATTERY..this will aid in draining the system of any power...thus it will go to earth..hold them for 10-20 seconds.
Then put your battery on trickle charge until at full health.
Build everything back up and see if that does the trick.
you have given your ECU a fresh learn pattern to go with on "the extra air" fromt he K&N ..and the EU fuel map(from the jumper mod).
Not to mention if its now winter instead of summer...air density will also come into play on the new relearn.
I just test drove mine..power and response at low rpm is making me leave the seat again...I know you know what i mean...