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post #1 of 5 Old 12-20-2017, 03:23 PM Thread Starter
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2011 10R ABS bogging 7500rpm issue

So before Ill go dealer or reflash trying to see if anyone here can help.

2011 zx10r ABS 11000 miles.
Bought it from someone who had it dropped nothing crazy low speed lay down. Cat is on, no exhaust, no wires to the flap, i dont see a servo motor i dont see FI light on.

I have a new shorai LFX14A4BS12 on it (maybe thats the reason)*

The problem. It bogs at 7500rpm as if it hits the limiter at 7500rpm.*

Checked fuel lines connectors all good, i by passed the kick stand sensor and nothing.*

How to replicate the problem. Bike start right away. When bike is on and in neutral its strong, revs to 13k 14k no problem. Cold or hot up to 200F no problem, as soon as I put it into gear, holding clutch, it bogs, back into neutral it bogs, traction control 1 2 3 OFF it bogs, all engine maps it bogs. Turn it off let it sit for 5 min start it up revs 100% fine again put into gear boom bogging is back at exactly 7500rpm.

Cleaned the ABS sensors and non.

Wondering if its battery related. Wondering if its ECM related (no FI codes) million $ question will reflash fix it?

Anyone had this problem or similar? Any info would be appropriated.

Also any good tune shops in socal?

Will any California ABS ECM is a bolt on or needs calibration?

Thanks guys ?
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post #2 of 5 Old 12-20-2017, 04:25 PM
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Simplest things first: Check the battery connections. One is probably just a little loose and the vibrations at 7500rpm are just enough to break the electrical connection.
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Simplest things first: Check the battery connections. One is probably just a little loose and the vibrations at 7500rpm are just enough to break the electrical connection.
Battery new, connections tight as it can be, when standing still in N and not clicked in gear at all works perfectly.
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Fixed. New battery but wrong, 14ah cca210 is no good, 19ah cca285 is the correct one for ABS 10r.
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post #5 of 5 Old 01-13-2018, 09:25 PM
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Yep, the abs bikes have a bigger battery

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