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  1. #391
    Senior Member Ralph's Avatar
    Bike
    MotoMorine 350 Strada, MT-07 in White
    Join Date
    Mar 2014
    Location
    NW UK
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    946
    Problem is those that have not had it happen cant understand what a pain in the neck it is
    when it does, it's a wounder no one as been rear ended at the lights, and there is no way
    to save it I've been riding and working on bike for over 40 years I cant save it. the good
    news is that if you can get the dealer to up the fueling at the bottom end it does fix it,
    Emission controls are now so strict that engines are running right on the edge of what is
    possible and still retain driveability.
    But like I say if it does it getting the dealer to turn up the fueling fitting a fuel controler
    or likely one of the devices that alters the fuel temp sensor reading will fix it and what ever
    else it is the MT-07 is a great bike best bang for your buck out there.
    Ralph Nr Fleetwood NW UK

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    Who would invent a vehicle that falls over when you stop?


    If you find a answer to your problem then please come back and post
    the answer as it will help others with the same problem.

  2. #392
    Junior Member
    Bike
    MT07
    Join Date
    Oct 2017
    Location
    ZA
    Posts
    1
    I had this problem and for various reasons decided it was the switch on the clutch lever which allows starting while the bike is in gear if the clutch is disengaged. I removed the switch and cleaned the contacts which had corroded. The stalling hasn't happened again.

  3. #393
    Senior Member Ralph's Avatar
    Bike
    MotoMorine 350 Strada, MT-07 in White
    Join Date
    Mar 2014
    Location
    NW UK
    Posts
    946
    The switch does need to be working and if not will likely cause stalling,
    when the clutch is pulled in the switch not only arms the starter circuit
    but if the engine is on the over run it wakens up the injection system
    and retards the timing a small amount so acting as a anti stall switch.
    My bikes was a pain in the arse when new for it but never does it now.
    Ralph Nr Fleetwood NW UK

    https://badges.fuelly.com/images/smallsig-uk/310225.png

    Who would invent a vehicle that falls over when you stop?


    If you find a answer to your problem then please come back and post
    the answer as it will help others with the same problem.

  4. #394
    Junior Member
    Bike
    MT-03
    Join Date
    Dec 2017
    Location
    Poland
    Posts
    1
    Have someone had this problem with stalling while riding? It happened to me when I was riding on my MT-03 about 60kmph and suddenly the engine cut off. It seems to me, that the ignition was switch off for a second, because I was holding rev on the same level. It isn't easy to test it because it happens unexpectedly, sometimes when I drove 300km and sometimes after 1500km.

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