Join Date: Feb 2006
Location: Springfield, VA
Motorcycle: '98 GSX-R1117, '92 FXSTC
Re: 94 GSXR 1100 ignition ?
Intermittantly means its electric and like Dave said, start w/ routine cleaning of all the connector plugs w/ spray electrical connector cleaner (avail at any autoparts store). If it's the ECU, it'll do it all the time. Suggestion of the kickstand switch makes sense, check the spring on it to make sure it isn't sprung. If it is and the kickstand is able ot bounce up and down at speed, the switch will open and close momentarily and shut the motor down, and then allow it to restart from compression as the switch closes again when teh stand comes back up the full upright position. That makes more sense than anything. If you've got a stand (or have someone help hold the bike upright) put the kickstand up and then press down on it w/ a single finger. If it moves w/out much effort, the spring is shot and needs to be replaced. Not something we ever give much thought to, but given that the kickstand switch controls the juice to the coils, it's something that has to be routinely checked.
1998 GSX-R1117: J&E 1117|FCR39|Yosh +4|Busa swingarm/shock/rear wheel|RaceTech 1.0Kg springs|530/16/43|D&D|750 W/C rearsets/shifter|K2 1K tail mod|working TLR fairings & Busa fender
1992 HD FXSTC: Edelbrock Performer heads|Wiseco 10.5:1 pistons|Mikuni HSR42|Andrews EV27|Dyna S|BDL 3"|120/70/21|180/55/18|530/23/48|18" apes|Thunderheart boards