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post #1 of 30 Old 11-25-2012, 01:55 PM Thread Starter
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Weird problem on 2012

So the other day I'm riding on the highway at a decent speed and all of a sudden the throttle starts to get really choppy. The throttle cuts out for a half second and comes back on for a half second and the bike gets really jerky. I noticed it happens at 7000rpm. As I was coming from a stop light I stayed in first gear up to 7000rpms and the bike just shuts off. I coast into a parking lot and wait a minute and start it back up and finish my ride home with no problems. Yesterday the same thing happens as I'm about to get off the highway.

Has anyone ever heard of this?

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Never had that type of issue...is it throwing a code (check engine) when it's choppy?
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Bad fuel maybe?

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Never had that type of issue...is it throwing a code (check engine) when it's choppy?
No lights are coming on when it happens
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Bad fuel maybe?
It was a new tank of gas from a different station when it happened the 2nd time.

Both times it happened after a little bit of spirited riding.
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Check the battery terminals for tightness?
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I had that happen to my 2011 CBR1K the negative terminal on the battery was loose.

Check your battery connections.

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I had that happen to my 2011 CBR1K the negative terminal on the battery was loose.

Check your battery connections.
Will check it out in the morning.
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It does sound like it could likely be an electrical problem. I had a mini cooper with a bad ground wire on the battery do the same thing. Also, I had a bad crank position sensor in my STI once and it would cut out, shudder, and sometimes just die the instant it hit 4k rpm. If the battery connections aren't the issue, I'd take it in for warranty repair. Good luck!
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