Stalling after long lay over

Marilyn Mason masonjs at
Sun May 30 16:04:00 PDT 2010

If you find the rear brake was your problem and your rotor is toast, I have 
a good rotor on a spare wheel.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Kevin Hollis" <kh at>
To: "GPZ List" <gpzlist at>
Sent: Sunday, May 30, 2010 3:56 PM
Subject: Stalling after long lay over

> I'm just getting back on after the winter, and a season ticket on the 
> train.
> (It's been a busy few months !!)
> I've got her started but she's stalling at low revs, I can't get the 
> clutch fully out.
> I almost pull away, with sliding the clutch but then stalls when I let it 
> out fully.
> If I stick it up at 9-10,000 rpm it will go,but I'm in a small built up 
> area so I can't do that for more than a fraction of a second!
> The back brake disk is hot, even though I've not really used it and have 
> only done a couple of circuits of the block,and our blocks are only ten 
> houses!
> Would a seized back brake explain this behaviour ?
> (I'm hoping that you say yes rather than 'no probably need to strip the 
> carbs'.)
> I'll have a go at the brake tomorrow but some confirmation from 
> experienced mechanical types would be really useful.
> Thanks
> Kevin
> 1995 GPz 1100

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