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    my rsv1000r '04 jerking

    halo all..

    i dont know why my rsvr '04 sometime jerking when i pull the throttle fast..

    help..

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    Don't know mate - I think you'll have to give us more details. Has it been serviced recently?

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    Quote Originally Posted by A303 View Post
    Don't know mate - I think you'll have to give us more details. Has it been serviced recently?
    my millage is now 11000km..

    my bikes history:
    1st service - 1000km (change oil+filter)
    2nd service - 8000km (change oil only)

    so i plan to service my bike when the millage is 13000km..

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    Try all the simple,cost nothing and easiest fixes first mate .....

    Basic electrics ... wiring, especially around the battery.

    Throttle wiring ... i would lift the tank and pay special attention to the sensors and vac tubes under the airbox.

    Anything odd showing on the dash??

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    could it be to do with fuel quality....? or filter...?

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    At what revs does this happen?

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    Some 04 + bikes have had fuel pipe problems in the tank. The pipe can come partially off or develop pin holes giving fuel starvation at times.
    On occastion if you open the tank and turn on the ignition if the pipe is holed or loose you can hear bubbling in the fuel.

    The other well known issue is the melting wiring connector behind the rad expansion tank. It it drops the output of the stator enough the bike can misfire under load. Eventually if the connector is at fault it burns out the stator so worth checking if you haven't already.

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    Check your chain and sprockets are in good condition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jwer View Post
    could it be to do with fuel quality....? or filter...?
    im using ron95

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan Haskins View Post
    At what revs does this happen?
    when the problem comes, any rpm it will be jerk if i pull fast the throttle

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    or maybe cush drives?

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    It's hard to tell as it could be lots of things but try with the cheap things first, if you are sure the fuel is ok, check the chain tension and make sure you dont have any tight or stretched spots in , I assume you keep it oiled? then as already said check the cush rubbers in the back wheel, and also look at the freeplay in the throttle cable, and is the air filter clean ? Good luck

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    If all the simple things are good such as fuel, fuel filter, fuel pump hose inside the tank, operating temperature rises and holds steady....I would look next at the small vacuum hoses under the fuel tank, particularly the rider's right side under the airbox.

    There is a connection there that may be broken or cracked. This breakage is caused by the fuel tank being raised with negative pressure inside from faulty fuel tank venting.

    If the tank has enough negative pressure, it will grow in length and hug the engine AND this device. When you open the fuel tank after a long ride, does it require a rather firm pull to open the fuel cap? If so, this could be the problem.

    This same problem happened to me. Start is ok but any acceleration led to lots of popping noise. Here is a link for the $14.00 part, I believe it is Number 12 on the list.

    http://www.af1racing.com/store/Scrip...idCategory=404

    Easy replacement, just make sure you vent the tank before you raise it and don't spill fuel all over yourself.

    All this being said, this may not be your problem, but someone else did the service and may have raised the tank without checking for negative pressure.

    cheers!

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    thanks everybody for the reply.. i will check it 1 by 1

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    Quote Originally Posted by akuNabil View Post
    my millage is now 11000km..

    my bikes history:
    1st service - 1000km (change oil+filter)
    2nd service - 8000km (change oil only)

    so i plan to service my bike when the millage is 13000km..
    just serviced my bike yesterday..

    change engine oil
    change oil filter
    clean air filter
    change plug
    clean injection

    but my bike still jerking

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    not sure if it'll help at all, but on my last bike (GSXR 600), I had a jerking at all speeds - which is a bit worrying at low speeds through traffic as it felt like someone else was pulling the throttle. I found that there was a hairline split in the spark plug cover caps (are they called coils?) and the spark was arcing out so not delivering consistent power.

    New coil off ebay for 10 and problem sorted.

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    My 06 was jerking like that last year, Griff eventually diagnosed to be a faulty coil (Bosch - German shite!). Replaced with a second hand one off Ebay, no probs since.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mkw007 View Post
    My 06 was jerking like that last year, Griff eventually diagnosed to be a faulty coil (Bosch - German shite!). Replaced with a second hand one off Ebay, no probs since.
    Hi There,

    When you are refering to coils, do you mean this:

    https://www.af1racing.com/store/Scri...dProduct=73736

    I am having the same problem, bike jerks like hell when the engine is hot especially at low RPM, however if I maintain at high speeds e.g 110kmh above, runs smoothly.. till i stop at a traffic light and then the same thing happens again..

    Thanks in advance, really appreciate the help and advise given

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    Yes Thats a coil

    have you had the throttle bodies set up recently? Maybe a simple case of needing doing

    Also check vacuum pipe on the throttle bodies for leaks....these can cause erratic running and are a simple and cheap fix

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    Just a another thought could have a loose connection on the side stand switch cutting the power out. One more check to add to the list.

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