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I'm a Rookie, How do I Wheelie?
 
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July 11, 2003, 03:07 PM

About a month ago I dropped my bike and it slid about 10 feet in soft dirt and grass. I picked it up, started it....for the most part it runs fine. It is the cold starts now where I have the problems though. I changed the spark plugs, ran fuel injector cleaner, and still no luck. Finally we adjusted the choke valve on it which seemed to help but only for a short time. It is back and it takes several times for it to start and when it does it still idles rough for a little bit. I want my baby to be healthy again.....any ideas


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July 11, 2003, 04:47 PM

What year R1?

Check and make sure none of cables (throttle, choke) were damaged. Also check the airbox for anything sucked in thru the nose of the bike.


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July 12, 2003, 07:05 AM

I'm guessing its an 02 or 03 model because of the fuel injector cleaner that you said you used. Any mods done? Like Power Commander? The reason I ask, if you only slid your bike 10 feet or so, it should only affect the way it looks. I dont think your low speed wipe out is directly related to your starting-idling issue. If you have a PC, check to see that its functioning properly. Also, take HayabusaFiends advice and check the filter. Other than that, I have no other ideas. Hope you get it fixed!!

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July 27, 2003, 05:05 AM

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