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hey guys. I have a 2006 gsxr1000 i bought used with 1700 miles on it. the bike is ALL STOCK. the problem i am having is the bike is running really rich. if you stand behinde the bike at idel the smell of gas will burn your eyes. i read on how to put the bike in dealer mode and there are NO codes at all. any ideas? i really dont want to take it to the STEALERSHIP!! Could a sensor plug be on the wrong sensor? i know knothing at all when it comes to repairs on bikes also it has NEW plugs in the bike
 

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I suppose there is always a chance but if it was doing this with the previous owner then some damage could have all ready be done... but it really sounds like an o2 sensor as that is what controls your air/fuel mixture... I would still put some miles on it as it could also be the gas that is in it or some sort of fuel additive so at the very least I would run the fuel in it out pluse one more tank full or drain whats in the tank and run a tank of "new fuel" through it witch is still going to be a few hundred miles or about a days worth of riding...
 

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Let it idle for a few minutes then give it a little gas. maybe up to about 6,000 RPM. See if it goes away. If not I'd put a few miles on her and see what that does.
 

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Let it idle for a few minutes then give it a little gas. maybe up to about 6,000 RPM. See if it goes away. If not I'd put a few miles on her and see what that does.
you can let it idle long as you please then slowy bring the rpms up to 5 or 6k then just twist the throttle and it spits out a stream of black smoke dropped the bike off at the mech. yesterday waiting to hear something back will keep updates posted:thumbup:
 

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just picked my bike up from the mech. turns out someone broke the coolant temp sensor and rewired it backwards and also cut a couple of vaccum lines. everything is good now:clap::thumbup::bounce
 

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Glad to hear you got everything sorted out.
 
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