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  1. Well, nobody here gave me any clue, a pitti, but for those interested it seems that I found the culprit, a clogged passage between the Air Pressure Sensor and the Throttle Body Assy. I always guessed that it was caused by a small and "dumb" issue. Good luck & regards, Gerardo
  2. Dear friends, my bike is running perfectly the first 30-45 mins. Then it begins not being able to hold idle or low rpm's. It goes down and up between 1500 and 2100 rpm, and most of the times it dies. I did valves adjustments, replaced the Fuel Pump, ECU (CDI), HV coil, stator, spark plug, kill switch and checked the gas cap vent. I had my Power Tuner connected during a ride and as soon as the issue arises I checked the S/D error code, but it is always 0. I also cleaned the Air filter, all sensor connectors and let the injector to be cleaned by a professional. My mechanic ran out of ideas. We guess it is either electrical or fuel (!) related. Somebody told me to check the Fuel Coil (?), located under the seat on the frame, but I've never seen one there and perhaps this relates to a 2014 model!?. I suspect also the Air Pressure Sensor, and since it is the same as the Atmospheric Sensor I interchaged them and will check it today. Thanks for any possible hint. Regards from Temuco, Chile, Gerardo
  3. Dear friends, my bike is running perfectly the first 30-45 mins. Then it begins not being able to hold idle or low rpm's. It goes down and up between 1500 and 2100 rpm, and most of the times it dies. I did valves adjustments, replaced the Fuel Pump, ECU (CDI), HV coil, stator, spark plug, kill switch and checked the gas cap vent. I had my Power Tuner connected during a ride and as soon as the issue arises I check the S/D error code, but it is always 0. I also cleaned the Air filter, all sensor connectors and let the injector to be cleaned by a professional. My mechanic ran out of ideas. We guess it is either electrical or fuel related. Somebody told me to check the Fuel Coil (?), located under the seat on the frame, but I've never seen one there and perhaps this relates to a 2014 model!?. Thanks for any possible hint. Regards from Temuco, Chile
  4. Hi, I apologize for my English (it's not my native language) and I'm new here, so please correct me if I do something I shouldn't. I had a YZ450F-2006 (loved it for Enduro) and switched to a 2010. I don't love it that much yet, but perhaps with some help of you experts (some mapping hints if it might help) I'll look at it more friendly :-) :-). My only concern is that its engine brakes to much (I used to use in the past a YZ250 and loved its no engine braking) and my 2006 really didn't brake very much. So is there any mapping that I can use to achieve to reduce this on the 2010? I wouldn't it also to be to snappy coming off idle (low end). Any help on this?, thanks and regards from Chile, Gerardo
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