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    Baby Twin
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    rvs 07 engine cuts out on clutching

    I ride an RSV 07 never had a problem till this week. engine cuts out every time i stop an clutch it and when i start it again the clock goes like its low on power but it comes back and starts the bike. it happens when engine gets warme or hot. anyone can help please as my garage can't find the problem yet.

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    Baby Twin
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    Hi Mate,
    I have a similar problem see recent post "cuts out every time" posted some days back. Most likely throttle bodies or std. exhausts fitted with map 2. Some other stuff on there that I've been told to try as well. Looks like a pretty common fault so we should get it sorted between us. Let's hope so anyway!!!!!

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    Cajun
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeedde View Post
    I ride an RSV 07 never had a problem till this week. engine cuts out every time i stop an clutch it and when i start it again the clock goes like its low on power but it comes back and starts the bike. it happens when engine gets warme or hot. anyone can help please as my garage can't find the problem yet.
    atmospheric pressure sensor. we had an this issue with our bike took forever to figure it out, tried sync t/b, update maps etc the works. Would not always do it, but would be when the bike was warm (been riding for 20 mins) as soon as pull the clutch in it would die.

    Ended up being this sensor, i have heard now days a number of people who have had issues with this sensor on there bikes, if you can try a sesnor from another rsvr to see if this solves your issue

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    Baby Twin
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    guys many thanks i'll try your advise and will post the resalt.

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    Baby Twin
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cajun View Post
    atmospheric pressure sensor. we had an this issue with our bike took forever to figure it out, tried sync t/b, update maps etc the works. Would not always do it, but would be when the bike was warm (been riding for 20 mins) as soon as pull the clutch in it would die.

    Ended up being this sensor, i have heard now days a number of people who have had issues with this sensor on there bikes, if you can try a sesnor from another rsvr to see if this solves your issue
    Hi Cajun,
    Where is the atmospheric pressure sensor located?

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    killaprilla
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    pretty sure phil that the pressure sensor is attached to the lower part of the airbox
    on the left hand side - multiplug connection and 2 very thin pipes

    mikeedde - might be worth checking the on-board diagnostic - see if any fault codes are present - (hold laptimer button switch ignition on and keep depressed for about 20 seconds )

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    Baby Twin
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    Still no luck

    We have changed the atmospheric sensors today, they are two one under the seat and one by the engine, problem still there. No fault showing or a worning light. I was wondering if anybody of you guys have had the same problem and can help. Many thanks for you lot.
    Michael.

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