[Q] 2nd question, here comes the nightmare. In all gears when i rev, be it 1st gear or top gear, below 5000rpm is quite smooth (although feels very slight jerky) but when i rev it above 5000 rpm, my bike starts to cough consistently like as if my exhaust got something stuck inside.
Even tho my rpm can still go up, but after hit 5000 rpm, it will go up very slow even after open vtec. Like got air stuck (bop bop bop). It starts to cough at exactly 5000 rpm and above. I think my 1st and 2nd prob are tied together.
I sent for carb servicing, change diaphram (damn i dont know how to spell it), change engine oil, spark plugs, oil filter, air filter quite recently. The mech told me then it may be my cdi. If its true, any shops to recommend for a good deal? This 2 probs happened after i sent for carb servicing and change diaphram. Someone pls advise this new cb400 rider. Thank you.
I have encounter this problem recently. May I know any solution to this? Is it Cdi or other parts? Need some help here..
I am in ownership of a 2011 superfour that has sat for roughly 2 years and was pretty rough when it was pulled out for use.
The bike would not kick over so the following has either been fixed or replaced.
Spark plugs replaced.
Fuel pump replaced.
Tank interior cleaned.
The bike now starts and idles perfectly, and rides quite nicely. The issue is when coming to a stop, the bike stalls out. It isnt intermittent and occurs each and every time we get off the throttle and come to a stop.
Would anyone know the issue or has had this issue and come to grips with it
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