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Old Mar 18th 2018, 02:42 PM   #71
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Originally Posted by oracle462 View Post
I donít know about the nose fairing spacing but was curious if installing the Termi up-map is redundant since youíre putting on a rapid bike unit?


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Interesting,.... anyone know if Iíd be wasting my time? Good point, and to be totally honest, the RapidBike race will be a totally new thing for me. Iíve got the RapidBike EVO on my street 899, and itís easy because itís just install, let it do itís thing and forget about it. Having the ability to change maps and tune with the race module will be completely over my head. Maybe someone has some insight into setting up the RapidBike race?
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Old Apr 21st 2018, 04:41 PM   #72
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Ok, it’s been quite a while, and it’s pretty much only because I’ve been working 7 days a week and just haven’t had time to get back to the beast. So, the past few days I’ve been working my ass off on the bike because the first track day is the 27th and I’ve gotta make it.

So, overall, this nags are good. The beast is running and I’m working out some minor kinks.

First problem, the bike doesn’t want to stay running when in gear. Even if I give it a little throttle it runs really rough. I’m not sure if this is because of the ABS and DTC being confused when the bike is running while on the rear stand? I’m going to try turning off all electronic stuff tomorrow and see if that helps.

Second problem, the clutch doesn’t seem to dis-engage fully. Clutch fully pulled in, the rear tire still spins.... fast. I’ve got brand new Barnett Kevlar clutch plates in this thing, so I’m th8nking they may just be extra “grippy”?

Third problem, my rear speed sensor is contacting the abs ring. I’ve gotta make some shims to get the sensor away from the ring. Shouldn’t be a big problem.

Fourth problem, the bike randomly thinks it’s doing 5, then 1, then 8, then 3 mph. Don’t know why. It’s not in gear when it’s doing this. Just idling. And the speed is jumping all over.

There’s more. I know there’s more. But I’m tired and smell like exhaust.

If anyone can give some pointers I’d appreciate it.

Oh,... and what does a green wrench with -8100 mean when the key is turned on?
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Old Apr 21st 2018, 04:58 PM   #73
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Pretty normal for a wheel to spin with the wheel off the ground and clutch in, i would say its just clutch drag especially with a new clutch,-8100 means its service time in 8100kms or miles.
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Old Apr 25th 2018, 07:24 AM   #74
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Alright, so problem 3 and 4 from the post above are solved. I made a .087" thick spacer to properly gap the rear wheel speed sensor. No more contact and no more crazy bouncing speed on the dash.

2nd problem seems to be the new clutch and just simple clutch drag. no biggie

New problems: I was able to take the bike around the block for two laps. It was running REALLY rough and surging and lurching. Then I got back to the shop and it just cut out.

Now it doesn't start at all. Turns over, but won't fire off.

So, I've pulled the plugs, they look good. Tested to make sure they're getting spark and they are. Sprayed starter fluid directly into the throttle bodies, with the plugs reinstalled and still no start. So it's not a fuel problem or spark problem.

This is puzzling. It's getting fuel, getting spark, getting air and has good compression. This is everything any 4-stroke motor needs to run. So on to sensors....

I swapped in known-good MAP sensors,... no start

Thinking timing could be the culprit, I swapped a known-good crank position sensor... no start.

My LAST attempt will be this afternoon. I'm going to put in a known-good voltage regulator, known-good coils and known good plug wires.

If anyone else has any ideas please let me know. If this doesn't work I'm trailer-ing it to a dealer to interrogate the ECU. Downfall is that my closest dealer is over two hours away.
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Old Apr 25th 2018, 12:27 PM   #75
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Do you have the rapidbike on yet?
I guess not because you probably would have mentioned it.
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Old Apr 25th 2018, 03:39 PM   #76
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Do you have the rapidbike on yet?
I guess not because you probably would have mentioned it.
I actually have installed it already. Is there any way to use it to diagnose the problem?
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Old Apr 25th 2018, 06:08 PM   #77
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Have you plugged Rapid Bike into computer via USB? If so does it look ok? If I had to guess it could be Rapid Bike or ECU/BlackBox or possibly Fuel Pump.

I had major clutch drag when I installed a slipper clutch, turns out the Plates were in the wrong order. Once the plates were shuffled around; I have no clutch drag at all anymore.
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Old Apr 25th 2018, 11:42 PM   #78
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I actually have installed it already. Is there any way to use it to diagnose the problem?
I'd disconnect it, remember it's an alien you've added so may be the problem.
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Old Apr 27th 2018, 02:32 PM   #79
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Alright, got the beast running again. I ended up disconnecting all the RapidBike connections, disconnecting the battery for about an hour, then hooked the battery back up and started it without the RapidBike hooked up. I had it idling for a good while. Idled smooth, but would be very rough and VERY "jumpy" in gear riding around the parking lot. Like CRAZY jumpy.

I hooked the RapidBike back up and tried everything again,... same story. VERY jumpy with the throttle barely cracked open to do about 10-15 mph around the parking lot.

I hooked my laptop up to the rapidbike to take a look at the map, but I honestly don't have a clue what I'm looking at with that thing.

I am going to try to video whats going on tomorrow (it started raining here) and post it up here. Maybe someone here can help me out a little better if you guys can see whats going on?
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Old Apr 27th 2018, 02:48 PM   #80
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Might need a throttle reset.
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