jsolo at solo-tek.com
Sat Jul 5 18:41:01 PDT 2008
I had this exact same issue. A new battery worked for a little bit, but within 2-3 weeks, it began being difficult to start, especially when hot.
How many miles ago were plugs done? If more than 10-12K, I bet you plugs are shot. New plugs in mine completely cured the issue.
Saturday, July 5, 2008, 3:06:48 PM, you wrote:
> Lately as the weather has been warming up my GPZ has become very
> difficult to start. This only occurs after riding it for a while,
> then stopping for a few minutes to an hour and then trying to start
> it back up while the engine is still warm. This occured last weekend
> when my wife and I took our bikes to Orcas Island, WA and I almost
> didn't get it started up in time to exit the ferry without blocking
> traffic. Not fun. I figured out that if I dial the idle speed way
> down it will start, after which I immediately bring it back up to
> 1250rpm. Any ideas? Mine is a CA bike with the emissions equipment properly (I think) removed.
Julian mailto:jsolo at solo-tek.com
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