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post #291 of 294 (permalink) Old 02-18-2010, 06:52 PM
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i don't know this would help, i got this problem for a very long time, change lots of thing you name it. My bike die on me if i rev it to 9000 rpm. i just change the kill switch the reason is while riding there is no contact at the kill switch contact. until now i dont have any more problem
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post #292 of 294 (permalink) Old 01-06-2014, 04:25 PM
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Fixed! (well mine is) - I last posted on this 11/7/2007 about my 05 R6 dying after coming off the freeways (sometimes). A quick ignition off with the key and back on would resolve it. Been dealing with it for 2 years and finally got figured it out (2010). Was talking to a new mechanic in my area and he said its probably because of the inconsistent temperatures (micro-climates) where we live. He said my idle is probably low when your engine is warm. Came to him to replace one of my rotors and he upped the idle (which I could of just done being accessible on the right side).

Almost 4 years later it never has died! Nothing has been changed (cept for oil changes). The idle by no means was running low initially. But a few RPMs up it seems to have been resolved!

Hope this may help others.
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post #293 of 294 (permalink) Old 07-23-2014, 04:23 PM
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2011 R6 Same Issue

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Same sh#$'s happening with my bike. I took it to the dealership but they can't figure out what's wrong. My idle is erratic when engine's warmed up. When the engine's hot, the bike will stall everytime the clutch is pulled (throttle released). So what's the deal with this???
I'm having this same type of issue with my R6, and i can't seem to figure out what the issue is?
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I ordered a new TPS For my 03' R6 (2nd time) Last one was replaced on warranty through a Yamaha dealer. (about 3,000) miles ago... Ran into the same issue again with the TPS, ran all the codes thats what it came up with... When I took the TPS out the rubber gasket, O-ring whatever that slips in the sensor was completely smashed and was apparently letting water in as there was rust and all sorts of moisture inside of it... Dealership has recently closed and I can't find a part # anywhere for this little gasket/ 0-ring. Any help on locating a new one as it is not just a normal looking o-ring.
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