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gsxr 750 help - February 7, 2008, 06:55 PM

Got a 06 gsxr 750 put it in Nuetral turn bike to "on" position has a weird clicking noise found the noise coming from the tail what is the cause of this??also the FI light keep blinking??NEED HELP FROM GSXR RIDERS!!! THANKS
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February 7, 2008, 09:37 PM

clicking from the tail is it steady an loud or just a light tick when you first turn the key?

Sounds like you might be getting some noise from the S.E.T. valve servo motor(SET Suzuki Exhaust Tuning= the valve in your exhaust that adjusts to give you better back pressure thought your exhaust) Along with the fact you have codes means you might need to adjust the cables

I would first check to see what your FI code is. To do that you will need to get into the "dealer mode"

I am sorry to leave you hanging here, but I am falling asleep as I am typing or I'd give you the full rundown on how to check the FI codes and adjust the SET valve cable.

Its all outlined in the service manual. Download a copy somewhere on the net (not too hard to find) Where it tells you to plug in the dealer mode switch use a paperclip or a jumper lead. The rest is easy.

let me know if your get a hold of a manual tonight.

actually fell asleep typing this so I gotta get to bed!

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February 8, 2008, 07:38 AM

I know EXACTLY what that is cuz my 750 went through that too. Is the Secondary Throttle Valve Actuator motor bad!!! You can't buy JUST the STVA for it, you have to get the whole throttle body ass'y replaced. If you got the extended warranty, count yourself lucky...if you did not, start searching junk yards!!!

It will still run but you will have no and when you get into the RPM's to pass, the bike will bog down and you ain't goin nowhere!!!

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February 8, 2008, 07:42 AM

get a yamaha..........problem solved LOL
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February 8, 2008, 08:04 AM

Ted, I HAD the same issue with my bike, but took care of it without spending any money and got 2 more horses out of it...



check these out, it even has pictures on step by step on how to do it.

I dont have the Fi light or clicking anymore...

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February 8, 2008, 02:20 PM

now by doing this taking out the set and cutting the wiring will the ecm still shoot out trouble codes???i dont wanna do this and pay in the end also i am using a stock exhuast most of the guys on the tread had aftermarket exhuast
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