me and laracroft had exhanged our o2 sensor, no more problem on her bike, and mine still run great, the difference between our bikes, i dont have the cat, so i think the o2 doesnt come as hot as it was on her bike and maybe the problem starts at a certain temperature and get false reading.So, has the rectifier recall solved the problem? Mine 750 08 has the same problem ... I guess I'll have to change O2 sensor...
Thanks for this thread!
Try removing the SET valve from your exhaust, you can leave the valve itself but remove the cables and control unit, there's a writeup on here somewhere. This fixed the problem for meSimilar issues with my k9 750. The difference being I do not get any significant power loss with a surge, instead mine between 4500-6500 in 3-6 gear constant throttle, stumbles and bobbles to the point that once it felt like the damn back tire was wobbling from side to side. ( it wasn't) Just had the o2 sensor replaced and no difference, checked the tps and it says it is good. Rectifier was replaced months ago. Have over 10,000 miles and it has only been doing this for the last 1000-1500. Any one with any other suggestions?
i did this last week and my bike still has the same issue buggin at low RPMs same problem everyone else is having also replaced the rectifier im going to try the o2 censor delete next hopefully that will fix the problem im really getting tired of this problem....i wonder if i can just unplug the o 2 censor?Try removing the SET valve from your exhaust, you can leave the valve itself but remove the cables and control unit, there's a writeup on here somewhere. This fixed the problem for me
Second that. Put an O2 eliminator in after umming and aahing for ages. Wow it has made my bike feel new again. Good ol Suzuki making crap sensors again.They replaced the O2 under warranty and it fixed the problem. I went back to the O2 eliminator from ebay. This product has make my motorcycle better. I highly recommend the O2 eliminator.
We just...disconnected...my O2 sensor...(coughcough). Went fine after that. :burnoutCome to find out, Suzuki posted a bulletin (201) in 2009 stating that the O2 sensor needed replaced. I recently did myself one better, just installed an O2 sensor eliminator and presto! no more power loss and she runs like a champ!! Best $30 fix ever.