Twistit in trouble again





#1
Please help ! Yesterday I rode my bike to the firestation and cleaned it up. This morning when I got off work it started fine and rode off fine. But when I got to the expressway it started surging real bad. I though it might have been bad gas so I increased my throttle a little but no change. Now when I engage my clutch the bike will shut off. As long as I had the throttle open the bike would run but run badly. If anyone has experience this problem PLEASE HELP ME !!!!!!!!!!!!

TWISTIT
 

ks-waterbug

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#2
Without knowing all the specifics about your bike (what aftermarket parts you have) I'd have to say we got a fuel management problem..............ECU

This would be a best guess! I would take it to your nearest dealer for a looksy....... I only say this because electrical parts aren't cheap and you don't want to own a bunch of spare parts........
 

MET

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#3
Find someone you trust in your area. Let us know where you are in general terms, I am sure we can find someone that can help. Don't do a dealer unless you are real sure of their work.
 

rubbersidedown

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#4
you've got a couple dozen gr8 internet technicians right here.

need the bikes yr/clicks/mods/etc etc

It almost sounds like too much fuel....

Is the exhaust black ?
 

ks-waterbug

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Ok I admitt I forgot that all the tech's out there aren't like the ones we have here.................. Very Good! With only a few shops to chose from I guess were pretty fortunate in Ks......
 
#6
Did you wash it with one of those high powered hoses?
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You may have gotten waterunder the tank and onto the plugs. Check to make sure all the electrical connections are still tight, as well as dry. I heard this mentioned it hear or on another board in regards to problems occuring after a bike has been washed.
 
#7
Hey thanks for your advise on my problem. Apparently I got something wet when I clean the BUSA. Those hoses at the firestation have a lot of pressure. Whatever happened dried out and now the BUSA runs fine. Thanks again.

Twistit
 

jwcfbd

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#9
Hey thanks for your advise on my problem.  Apparently I got something wet when I clean the BUSA.  Those hoses at the firestation have a lot of pressure.  Whatever happened dried out and now the BUSA runs fine.  Thanks again.

Twistit
What did you use a 1 1/2" line with the pump running full bore?
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Glad it's back up and running.
 

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