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post #1411 of 1641 (permalink) Old 04-30-2018, 09:40 PM
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Engine was choppy on decel and was having intermittent starting issues after doing 42k mile service. Did 12 min adaptation reset and it solved both issues. Not only that, but I just topped off at gas station and realized I averaged 49mpg (166.7 milest / 3.39 gallons) commuting

All hail the adaptation reset!

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post #1412 of 1641 (permalink) Old 04-30-2018, 11:57 PM
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Installed Bosch relay to power up devices while engine runs. Triggered the relay off the license plate light. Tapped the fused power wire to the pos terminal on the starter solenoid. Street Triple RS
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Wow, that's super clean!

Riding it like I financed it.
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post #1414 of 1641 (permalink) Old 05-02-2018, 04:22 PM
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I went for a ride in this perfect weather.







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post #1415 of 1641 (permalink) Old 05-02-2018, 08:26 PM
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I noticed something about the bike that's a bit concerning. Can you guys do me a favor and see if this happens to your bike as well? Start bike in Neutral. Let it idle. Put both hands on the grips. While idling in neutral, pull clutch in. Then let clutch out. Pull clutch in. Let clutch out. Do you feel a lot more vibration with the clutch out? When I pull the clutch in, all the vibrations are gone. But when I release the clutch lever, I feel the vibration. My buddy's Thruxton doesn't do that. My Ninja doesn't do that. The bikes I've owned in the past didn't do that. Does your bike's handlebar vibrate more with the clutch released?
Yup, my bike does that too! Sounds like it's pretty normal!
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post #1416 of 1641 (permalink) Old 05-03-2018, 06:05 AM
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I went for a ride in this perfect weather.

the bike looks great! Hard work paying off!

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post #1417 of 1641 (permalink) Old 05-04-2018, 05:25 PM
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I noticed something about the bike that's a bit concerning. Can you guys do me a favor and see if this happens to your bike as well? Start bike in Neutral. Let it idle. Put both hands on the grips. While idling in neutral, pull clutch in. Then let clutch out. Pull clutch in. Let clutch out. Do you feel a lot more vibration with the clutch out? When I pull the clutch in, all the vibrations are gone. But when I release the clutch lever, I feel the vibration. My buddy's Thruxton doesn't do that. My Ninja doesn't do that. The bikes I've owned in the past didn't do that. Does your bike's handlebar vibrate more with the clutch released?
Yup, my bike does that too! Sounds like it's pretty normal!
Normal, just the clutch plates moving around in neutral.
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post #1418 of 1641 (permalink) Old 05-06-2018, 04:41 PM
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Just set it up on the Pittsburg stand and lubed up the chain. 'tis a good day
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post #1419 of 1641 (permalink) Old 05-07-2018, 08:39 AM
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Engine was choppy on decel and was having intermittent starting issues after doing 42k mile service. Did 12 min adaptation reset and it solved both issues.
What is the '12 min adaptation reset'?

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post #1420 of 1641 (permalink) Old 05-07-2018, 09:35 AM
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What is the '12 min adaptation reset'?

Itís a way to force the ECU to re adapt to the environment and get the most optimal air fuel ratio.

To do it the engine must be cold and preferably somewhere with good ventilation.

During the process one MUST NOT TOUCH THE THROTTLE. Change in throttle position during the procedure will cancel it.

Turn on the engine and let it idle until the cooling fan turns on. Then wait an additional 12 mins. Turn off the bike once the time has passed.

Wait for the ďfax machineĒ sounds to finish.

Thatís all!

Next time you start up the bike youíll enjoy a smoother ride with no start up issues or snatchy throttle



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