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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 04-03-2014, 08:49 AM Thread Starter
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Well now that the weather is finally warm enough again up north here I got to take the bike out this last weekend and it was great!

I have one little hiccup with the bike.

When I am going full throttle and I do a fast shift near 5k rpm, I let off the throttle and then when its in the next gear I go to give it a handful again and it has about a half of a second where it doesn't go.

Is this a common problem? I tried searching it but I didn't find anything.

Other than this the bike runs great and I can blip the throttle and it doesn't die or stall.

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start looking at the PCV. If you haven't had the bike dyno yet go get it done. You setting are not right

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Well I have done some tinkering with the PCV and tried a few different fuel maps and it is still happening. I have also tried adding 4 degrees of timing on the PCV and 0 timing map.

It seems to only happen when I get to high rpm

if I short shift, like 4,000 rpm or so it doesn't happen

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