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hey guys...

 

im riding a cb400 revo..the first batch n i kip on having this problem of regulating my throtle it seems like at slow moving and low rpm my bike seems to be jerking..could it be my throttle sensor? or is there sumtink else thatt im not known of..

 

if anyone every encounter the same problem pls pm me on what have u done or and how to prevent it thank u..

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do u mean after running the engine for sometime or during warm up?

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yo, i don't understand, whats the difference between this revo cb400 and spec 3 super 4 cb400?

 

Spec 3 uses carbs, revo is fuel injected

Spec 3 is older, revo is newer

I think the bike itself got some changes but I'm not sure how many and what they are.

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I read from reviews that FI may not necessarily be better than carb in terms of fuel efficiency.Take for example Pulsar DTS 220 FI and DTS 220 i. The Indians are very happy with the carb version of DTS 220 because of its fuel efficiency.

 

I wonder if this applies to revo and super 4 too.

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Spec 3 uses carbs, revo is fuel injected

Spec 3 is older, revo is newer

I think the bike itself got some changes but I'm not sure how many and what they are.

 

I heard they incorporate "revo" technology but don't have the slightest idea of what is it about.

http://www.honda.co.jp/CB400SF/

 

after ive run the engine for quite sumtime...do u hav any tips to share bro?

 

Hmmm would you like to take a look at its idling or throttle cable? I'm not a Revo owner, but very curious that pple claim its "problematic".

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maybe you have to warm it up first?

i've heard revo got this warm-up technology. not really too sure what it does also.

sorry cant help much.

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GUYS!!! help me!! aiiiyyyyooo....ive found out the cause of having a jerking moving off like when your doing a low speed throttle control the bike is jerking like hell due to the throttle sensor on your left hand below the tank..ive tried sealing it with silicone so water cant slip through but its not werking..hmmm feel like giving up on revo sia..hmmm any comment guys??

 

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slow moving is about throttle control, go easy wif the throttle, mine last time also first batch de, no jerking problem

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I came across a forum, they discuss about low speed jerking... you can try checking your chain slack, adjust if require and monitor the situation.

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errrmmm...ive tried ahh tat, infact i tink revo is so allergic to water hahahaks sori revoians, ive to comment bad on tiz one..mine was the first model...should b the fbc plate...u see the pgmfi cover tat is to cover the fi throttle sensor have the opening facing towards the direction on riding...so lets say if its a rainy weather water can slip through if your unlucky enuff...my suggestion is to cover all electrical conector wif wire tape..coz any one of it got short curcuit all will go haywire...tat is all i can suggest but on the brighter side revo is so good in pickups v-tec engage so smoothly..fyi u guys can add STP fuel injector cleaner for better performance and FC..im staying jurong n werking in airport n i could easily get 400clicks before reserve maintaining spedd at 90-100km/h due to left with 2 merit point hahahaks..my bad, well hope u revoians having a good time with yours bike w/o any prob..

 

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errrmmm...ive tried ahh tat, infact i tink revo is so allergic to water hahahaks sori revoians, ive to comment bad on tiz one..mine was the first model...should b the fbc plate...u see the pgmfi cover tat is to cover the fi throttle sensor have the opening facing towards the direction on riding...so lets say if its a rainy weather water can slip through if your unlucky enuff...my suggestion is to cover all electrical conector wif wire tape..coz any one of it got short curcuit all will go haywire...tat is all i can suggest but on the brighter side revo is so good in pickups v-tec engage so smoothly..fyi u guys can add STP fuel injector cleaner for better performance and FC..im staying jurong n werking in airport n i could easily get 400clicks before reserve maintaining spedd at 90-100km/h due to left with 2 merit point hahahaks..my bad, well hope u revoians having a good time with yours bike w/o any prob..

 

cheers SBF

 

ps. ride with brains not with balls

hahahaks

 

my bike (non CB400SF) its TPS (Throttle Position Sensor) was expose too. But luckily there's a plastic shield, else u can try rubber sleeve. STP injector cleaner, my colleague used on his old vehicle he see a significant improvement in FC. But you need to top it during each pump. Still CB400SF has a nice "melody".

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Xiao Rou Yi Hao & "Colossal" 919

 

Sin Ming Editor got 1 DAY jailterm and $2000 fine for pillion death!

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errrmmm...ive tried ahh tat, infact i tink revo is so allergic to water hahahaks sori revoians, ive to comment bad on tiz one..mine was the first model...should b the fbc plate...u see the pgmfi cover tat is to cover the fi throttle sensor have the opening facing towards the direction on riding...so lets say if its a rainy weather water can slip through if your unlucky enuff...my suggestion is to cover all electrical conector wif wire tape..coz any one of it got short curcuit all will go haywire...tat is all i can suggest but on the brighter side revo is so good in pickups v-tec engage so smoothly..fyi u guys can add STP fuel injector cleaner for better performance and FC..im staying jurong n werking in airport n i could easily get 400clicks before reserve maintaining spedd at 90-100km/h due to left with 2 merit point hahahaks..my bad, well hope u revoians having a good time with yours bike w/o any prob..

 

cheers SBF

 

ps. ride with brains not with balls

hahahaks

 

lol. ur right about the vtec engaging smoothly ! and 400 clicks before reserve is alot sia.. mine around 360km only. roughly how much is the STP fuel injector cleaner ?

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STP fuel injector cleaner can be bought at any petrol kiosk its black in colour botle if im nt wrong and its 10 bucks..yup 400 click b4 reserve but riding ard 90-100km/h...heheheks

 

90-100 kmh is good enough for me haha.. thanks for the info! shall try it out soon ! :bounce:

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I would say that CB400SF is a successful model, good transport in small sillypore. Yet doesn't hurt your pocket much.

bike is a machine without soul, rider would inject new life and character to this machine

 

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Sin Ming Editor got 1 DAY jailterm and $2000 fine for pillion death!

Rally Point: http://www.singaporebikes.com/forums/showthread.php?p=5322898#post5322898

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