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    Lightbulb Jerky ride fixed

    The bike lately was very jerky ride. The engine was almost cutting off at times. Very unpleasent. To the point I almost crashed on a bend.

    I was thinking that this may be dirty injectors. I have used injector cleaners on my different cars but never was able to tell the difference before and after.

    I bought today Wynns Injector Cleaner For Petrol Engines. Wynns Injector Cleaner For Petrol E...

    Put the whole bottle although it say is for 20L minimum and MT09 has only 14L.

    I seriously cannot believe what a difference! Instant improvement. The throttle is smooth as silk now. No engine on and off.

    I wonder if anybody had such issues with injectors here?
    Unless I'm wrong, which, you know, I'm not...

    Adrian Monk

    Val's MT09

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    Our triple engines need fuel injectors synchronization at every 10K km service according manual.
    That is the correct way for a smooth engine running..
    the motorcycleboy reigns

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    Quote Originally Posted by motorcycleboy View Post
    Our triple engines need fuel injectors synchronization at every 10K km service according manual.
    That is the correct way for a smooth engine running..
    Thank you for that, but then the question is why the cleaner helped?

    Apparently I need to read yje manual now

    Do we have fuel filter anywhere?
    Unless I'm wrong, which, you know, I'm not...

    Adrian Monk

    Val's MT09

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    No,there isn't any fuel filter..
    Mostly the matter is with fuel injection than dirt in injection bodies.
    Go for a synchronization and then... enjoy your mt-09 engine as never before.
    the motorcycleboy reigns

 

 

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