Join Date: Sep 2007
Location: The First State
Try unplugging the connector at the TB's and spray it with contact cleaner and let air dry. If that doesn't fix it then yeah, remove the butterflies. Leave the rod and servo motor. remove just the actual flies/plates.
Sounds like a wire connector has water in it from washing. So many others have had major issues like this from washing their bikes. It's usually from the soapy water getting into the wire harness connections. Wreaks havoc on the electronics. There's an old thread where many of us discussed why we do or don't wash our bikes. I wish those that were so agitated/angry when some of us said it causes problems many times could see this thread now.
, 1/5th insert, -1/+5,comp werkes decatted,PC3+multi-hub,piperX,30 dry shot,2custom maps,Ballistic EVO2,Pazzo shorties,SATO rearsets,HealTech,ZG Corsa,EBC XC Gen3 rotors,Vesrah pads, SS lines, Gen3 calipers, etc and stretched 8" so it won't flip
1975 RD350-garage queen
Last edited by neverendingmods; 01-07-2012 at 01:41 AM.