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stu triple
glasgow,
United Kingdom

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icon22 Apr 2017 17:31
its a 2007 carb scrambler.....it cuts out after a while and goes to 1 cylinder then cuts out,,,,then after a few seconds it starts again then a bit down the road it does the same....it seems ok up at speed...just changed the plugs but still the same :thumbdown: any ideas
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Sir TT
Church of 3 Saints,
United Kingdom

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icon22 Apr 2017 18:11
Sounds like fuel supply issues or coils breaking down with heat.
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X-Man
North Lincs,
United Kingdom

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icon22 Apr 2017 18:15
Loose battery connections....could be crank position sensor for the igniter.
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stu triple
glasgow,
United Kingdom

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icon22 Apr 2017 18:18
Sir TT:
Sounds like fuel supply issues or coils breaking down with heat.

was thinking fuel issue as soon as it started cutting out then was thinking its an electrical problem by the way it cut out and started after a few turns,,,so im thinking the coils :beatup:

X-Man:
Loose battery connections....could be crank position sensor for the igniter.

will check the battery now see what that's like
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stu triple
glasgow,
United Kingdom

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icon23 Apr 2017 00:00
took the tank off earlier and I noticed that there was a hose not connected to anything.....looked it up and its called a roll over valve do you think that might be causing my problems
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stu triple
glasgow,
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icon23 Apr 2017 17:27
just the same...oh well :thumbdown:
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Koro
Severn Valley,
United Kingdom

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Speed Triple T309


icon24 Apr 2017 07:41
If it is the CPS, the usual symptom is for the bike to need to cool for 10 minutes or so before re-starting.

I've just read on another forum of a Mk1 Speed Triple having similar problems. He replaced the CPS but still the same problem. Replaced the igniter and problem solved. Don't go out and buy one though on the strength of this:smile:
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stu triple
glasgow,
United Kingdom

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icon24 Apr 2017 08:17
ok mate cheers :thumbup:
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stu triple
glasgow,
United Kingdom

Posts: 433
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icon24 Apr 2017 21:26
I took the plug cap from the side that cut out now and then andchanged them around and it wouldn't start at alll:drunk: should it do that?
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Nick
Birley Edge,
United Kingdom

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TT600 (00-01)


icon24 Apr 2017 22:21
Sounds like an ignition pick up breaking down. One of our Bimotas did the same.
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X-Man
North Lincs,
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icon25 Apr 2017 08:29
Swat I said innit...:lol::thumbup:
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kev55daytona
Gloucestershire,
United Kingdom

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Daytona 955i (02CE, 03)


icon25 Apr 2017 09:16
Take a look at the "Modern Classic/Best place for coils" thread about swapping over coils - I think that applies to your bike too, it will never start if you swap the leads over if I understand correctly....
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stu triple
glasgow,
United Kingdom

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icon25 Apr 2017 10:29
So do ye think i should replace the coils ?? Or the ignitor.... Sorry for being a pain
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kev55daytona
Gloucestershire,
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Daytona 955i (02CE, 03)


icon25 Apr 2017 10:42
kev55daytona:
Take a look at the "Modern Classic/Best place for coils" thread about swapping over coils - I think that applies to your bike too, it will never start if you swap the leads over if I understand correctly....


Just realised that's your thread too doh :blush:
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stu triple
glasgow,
United Kingdom

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icon25 Apr 2017 13:29
:tongueout:
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stu triple
glasgow,
United Kingdom

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icon03 May 2017 20:49
Changed the coils ...ignitor.....plugs.....new fuel and still the same
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Sir TT
Church of 3 Saints,
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icon03 May 2017 20:56
Did you change the HT leads and plug caps?
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stu triple
glasgow,
United Kingdom

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icon03 May 2017 21:11
Changed the leads and caps from my other bikes....still the same.....s it the ignition position sensor?
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X-Man
North Lincs,
United Kingdom

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icon05 May 2017 15:57
Find out the resistance and measure it hot and cold.
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stu triple
glasgow,
United Kingdom

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icon05 May 2017 17:09
X-Man:
Find out the resistance and measure it hot and cold.
a just ordered a new one,,,,av seen people getting the correct resistance and its still been feked,,,so new one it is.....hopefully its fixed this time:lol:
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X-Man
North Lincs,
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icon05 May 2017 17:18
Quote:
av seen people getting the correct resistance and its still been feked


That's because they probably only take one measurement rather than hot and cold....
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stu triple
glasgow,
United Kingdom

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icon08 May 2017 21:23
Changed the crank sensor,,,,still the same,,,,I give up:sad:
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bikecat
here..,
United Kingdom

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Speed Triple T509


icon09 May 2017 00:01
check the fuel supply...maybe a partially blocked filter somewhere or a trapped fuel line...
could possibly be crud in the carb pilot jet if it's running ok at higher revs..
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stu triple
glasgow,
United Kingdom

Posts: 433
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icon09 May 2017 21:28
bikecat:
check the fuel supply...maybe a partially blocked filter somewhere or a trapped fuel line...
could possibly be crud in the carb pilot jet if it's running ok at higher revs..
. Found it mate was a vacuum cap missing on the Carb :thumbdown: pain in the fin arse and expensive ....funk it :drink:
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bikecat
here..,
United Kingdom

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Speed Triple T509


icon09 May 2017 23:59
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