I will check the lines again, but it seems like a vacuum problem would be able to run at idle for more than 30 minutes.Could it be a vacuum problem with the fuel tank? Maybe check for leaks and blow out the breather holes.
yea, im waiting for nevada and zx6rnewbie to chime in. I forgot to open the gas cap...will do that on the way home tonight.When it cuts out next time, open the fuel cap and see if there is a strong vacuum. My general bike knowledge tells me there should be a valve that lets air in as fuel gets used, if this fails (or pipes kinked, which you checked) then the vacuum will build to a point where the fuel will be starved.
You should be able to check this valve by blowing through it.
I'm sure the big boys will be able to shed more light on the problem.
I've read posts of bike with bad ecu's getting hot after 20 minutes and acting a fool. Try swapping a known good ecu before you go buying a new one if possible
Looks like I'm going down this route. I've tried meeting up with some people "near" me with zx6rs, but can't get schedules worked out.I agree. Swap the ecu. That fixed mine
well, either USPS sucks or my building doorman sucks. Either way, I don't have the new ECU. I took off my midpipe today to see if the exhaust was contributing to ECU problems--it wasn't. Still cutting out.sent payment for an 05 ECU with no known issues, will update after installation