MNSBR: cb186 - Viewing Profile - MNSBR

Jump to content

User Rating: *****

Reputation: 0 Neutral
Active Posts:
6,210 (1.23 per day)
Most Active In:
The Track (2253 posts)
13-September 04
Profile Views:
Last Active:
User is offline Jul 10 2018 09:30 AM

My Information

Member Title:
Zach "i'll crash yours too" Hughes
Age Unknown
Birthday Unknown
Male Male
Ham Lake

Contact Information

Click here to e-mail me
Website URL:
Website URL

Previous Fields

04 R6 racebike

Latest Visitors

Posts I've Made

  1. In Topic: Do You Have Dog Insurance? I Need Advice

    29 December 2017 - 07:59 AM

    View PostPOE, on 28 December 2017 - 06:58 PM, said:

    My sick pet solution is a 9mm. If they get sick enough that I need insurance to cover them, I'm putting them to sleep permanently. Sounds cold hearted, I know. But to me pets are pets, not human or family.

    Dont feel bad, I'd put a .45 behind your ear before I'd put my dogs down due to $$$. But my pets are family, you're just a person.
  2. In Topic: 03 R6 Interchangeable Parts

    02 October 2017 - 09:01 AM

    View PostHonda954, on 02 October 2017 - 08:59 AM, said:

    Do you guys know from what years the wheels are interchangeable on the r6? I have tried to google but have not been very lucky finding anything and thought this was the next best place. I am looking for a second set for track tires. Not sure if the r1 wheels swap over either. Any info helps, thanks.

    03 to 16 wheels are all the same. The rotors vary through the years(06-07, 08+).
  3. In Topic: Whats The Longest Time You've Waited For A Repair?

    28 September 2017 - 09:49 AM

    View PostJim Hubert, on 28 September 2017 - 06:00 AM, said:

    I'll elaborate a bit about my idea to use the clutch switch for diagnostics. My thinking is that if you take the clutch switch out of the equation, it may be possible to determine if the ECU is commanding the engine to stall (due to a bad sensor input, for example) or if the ECU is doing everything it can to prevent the stall but it happens anyway (bad fuel pressure, exhaust back pressure, EGR, etc.). An alternative test would be to just do clutchless downshifts. I generally avoid doing that on asphalt, but a couple dozen of them is not going to destroy your gearbox. You want to make sure the engine RPMs are low enough that it will readily go into a lower gear. You may be able to downshift with zero throttle, or it may require a slight blip -- the timing of which you'll have to experiment with for yourself.

    I also think the ISC valve could be used as a diagnostic. I expect you have a spare one on the old throttle bodies. That valve (which is basically a controlled air leak) is driven by a stepper motor. I would just remove the ISC valve from the throttle body but keep it plugged into the wiring harness. Then, using parts from the spare ISC, make a valve you can control manually (like setting the idle speed on a carb). This might be a bit risky in that if ECU gets confused as to the position of the ISC valve, you would need the dealer service tool to "reprogram" it. However the bike might just work well enough (keep the idle fairly high) that you'd consider the problem "fixed" and not spend any more time/money on it.

    Hmmm. Some thoughts on your thoughts.

    I believe he said if he downshifts rather than pulls in the clutch and lets the motor drop to idle, it doesn't die. If he downshifts without the clutch, I don't think it will prove anything about the clutch switch. If he could pull in the clutch, keep the rpm up until he could get it to neutral then let the clutch out and then let the throttle go back closed and it doesn't die, that may point to the clutch signal being an issue. Of course the problem with attempting that is that you would have to reduce the throttle position to keep it from over revving without a load, thus possible clearing out any tuning issue that may actually be the problem.

    My thought, to eliminate a clutch signal issue would be to either jumper out or disconnect the clutch switch(I don't remember if they are NO or NC when the clutch lever is out). The bike should start in neutral with the side stand down, if I remember correctly. I believe Suzuki used to use the clutch switch to limit free Rev rpm(at least they did on gsxr's) because guys would disable it on racebikes then not understand why it would Rev like it should. This is going by memory from 10 years ago.

    If he was in Minnesota, I'd offer to look at it.
  4. In Topic: Whats The Longest Time You've Waited For A Repair?

    22 September 2017 - 02:26 PM

    View PostAprilian, on 22 September 2017 - 12:20 PM, said:

    sure sounds like a faulty TPS to me.

    I'm guessing that was part of the new throttle body assembly.
  5. In Topic: Whats The Longest Time You've Waited For A Repair?

    19 September 2017 - 07:43 AM

    View PostJohnbigdog, on 18 September 2017 - 07:30 PM, said:

    <embed type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowfullscreen="true" allownetworking="all" wmode="transparent" src="" flashvars="" width="600" height="361">

    i think this is the best i can do for you ladies and gents.

    Is the fuel pressure regulator part of the new throttle body assembly?

    You could have the thing put on a dyno and see what the AF ratio is at.


Page 1 of 1
  1. Photo

    vegapsi Icon

    14 Oct 2009 - 14:59
    That is all.
  2. Photo

    fabb600R6 Icon

    02 Oct 2009 - 21:42
    Nice avatar!
  3. Photo

    GonZilla Icon

    23 Jun 2008 - 14:53
    SuMo wheelies OWN! Fast on 1 wheel! Thats how its done...
  4. Photo


    07 Apr 2008 - 12:03
  5. Photo

    Sara Icon

    23 Nov 2007 - 12:30
    nice dirt bike.
    I have tits.
  6. Photo

    superR1 Icon

    11 Nov 2007 - 19:10
    Fuck you Fagget ass clown ass hat....
  7. Photo

    nelson739 Icon

    07 Nov 2007 - 11:16
    Fuck, would you get to work dude?!?
  8. Photo

    superR1 Icon

    31 Oct 2007 - 18:13
    Ypu are probly the biggest homo I know, stay away from the little boys!
Page 1 of 1