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I've put about 1200 miles on my 2007 zx10R in 2 weeks, its been great except for a recent stumble issue.

After the bike has been warmed up and I'm cruising a long, if I pin it at WOT to pass someobody (in 2nd gear) the bike will bog and not do anything for a second or two and then finally take off. Also, if I were to back off the throttle quickly and then snap it open again it seems to take right off.

The bike has 3400 miles on it, I bought it at 2700. Not sure if its had any work done to it, it will be getting its oil changed shortly.

Thanks for any help!
 

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It just seems to run a little rough in every gear, clear out in the upper RPM's.

I'm very new to bikes, but I don't think its a clutch issue. Clutch seems to work great in holding the power/shifting/engaging gears.

And yes, I did a search. :)
 

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I´ve seen primary and/or secondary TPS sensors going bad on 2nd gens.

With a faulty TPS sensor the bike may go rough, or even stall at idle or keep revs up (up to 7000rpm if secondary TPS is faulty).
At first the bike may not show an FI code, until it goes bad enough to trigger it.

Of course, and regarding your situation, this is a shot in the dark. Just for information.

As a first approach better follow the fellas advice and replace spark plugs and get the injectors cleaned. This is better achieved in a service shop with an ultrasound cleaner.

Have you washed the bike using pressurized water recently?
 

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No, I've never washed the bike. I was wondering if all the bugs I've been killing clogged up the air filter lol.

I will look into your suggestions. The bike will be going back to the dealer I purchased it from, hopefully they will get it squared away.
 
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