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post #1 of 2 Old 04-23-18, 21:58 Thread Starter
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Engine Light & low RPM Bogging down

Last year my 2009 daytona 675 triple started to have an issue. I was running late for a dentist appointment and the gas station had every pump filled other than an ethanol. I didn't think too much of it I knew it wasnt good but didnt think it would harm it. Anyways after that I noticed it started to bog down. I used to be able to release the clutch in 1st and just slowly cruise out but now I have to get the RPM's up or it will die.

Also I just got it out for the 1st time this year and now the engine light is on.

Any ideas to help would be amazing. I am not that great at being a mechanic but if I had a root cause that would be helpful.
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Last year my 2009 daytona 675 triple started to have an issue. I was running late for a dentist appointment and the gas station had every pump filled other than an ethanol. I didn't think too much of it I knew it wasnt good but didnt think it would harm it. Anyways after that I noticed it started to bog down. I used to be able to release the clutch in 1st and just slowly cruise out but now I have to get the RPM's up or it will die.

Also I just got it out for the 1st time this year and now the engine light is on.

Any ideas to help would be amazing. I am not that great at being a mechanic but if I had a root cause that would be helpful.
Long shot and I am not sure the street triple has an exup..but if it does....

Is the flapper open when the bike is idling or at low rpm? It's possible that an exup cable is broken or the motor isn't working causing the flapper to say open (it defaults to open) and would cause the exact issue you describe.

The valve should open and then close whenever you switch on the ignition and set the bike to run, iirc. If you can't see the valve I think you should be able to see the cables if you remove a panel.

Using tuneecu i believe you can check the valve and I believe you can also check problem codes.

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