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post #1 of 33 (permalink) Old 11-06-2012, 04:34 PM Thread Starter
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I have a 2000 gsxr 600 with 21800 miles. This past sunday my bike died after I reached about 80 mph. The electronics did not cut off. It redline and died. Once I pulled over it started on choke and cut off around the same speed again. Could someone push me in the right direction. Carb has been cleaned
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Re: Stalling at high speeds SRAD

Float heights...but i'm usually wrong!
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In the carb?
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Yes.
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Re: Stalling at high speeds SRAD

I dont think thats the problem because after it happen I cleaned out the fuel filter and sprayed the carb cleaner in the carb and it ran great
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Re: Stalling at high speeds SRAD

Fuel pump is going weak probably. Happened to mine.

There is a test procedure in teh manual. IIRC it should pump a smooth stream of fuel and fill a two liter in one minute? I forget the exact specs but it is in the manual. If it is a pulsing stream even if it gets close to the right amount I would replace the pump and it will likely fix it.
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Re: Stalling at high speeds SRAD

Y tube from carbs to air box?
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Re: Stalling at high speeds SRAD

side stand switch maybe..
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Re: Stalling at high speeds SRAD

If its the fuel pump wouldnt it do it all the time.
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If its the fuel pump wouldnt it do it all the time.
Nope.

The pump is pumping, but not sufficiently. So at high RPM high fuel usage the bike outruns the fuel supply and stalls.

Turn it off, cycle the key which cycles the pump, and it starts back up.
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Re: Stalling at high speeds SRAD

Thanks for the advice. And what about if I can over 80 sometimes.
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Re: Stalling at high speeds SRAD

Impossible to say.

My first step would be to follow the manuals recommendation for checking fuel pump. Then I would check float levels (but those dont usually suddenly change). It sounds fuel related IMO.
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Where do i find those manuals?
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http://lmgtfy.com/?q=SRAD+GSXR+service+manual
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side stand switch maybe..
I would check this if I were u

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Re: Stalling at high speeds SRAD

How could I check that too?
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Re: Stalling at high speeds SRAD

And how could that effect me at high speeds
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And how could that effect me at high speeds
I have the same bike. Mine did similar...and around the same speed. If the spring is weak, the vibrations/bumps make the plunger in the switch lose contact, shutting it down (not electronics, but the engine itself)

Put a ziptie around the sidestand switch (holding it in making full contact) and take it for a spin afterwards and see if it continues. If not..that was probly the issue. If it DOES continue, follow suit with what the others in here tell u to check
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Where did my post go?
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