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Very Rough Running 2000 F4

Hi all, new to this forum, any help muchly appreciated.

2000 F4, went out on hot day in traffic, bike got very hot, smelt of burning, since then running horrendously. Missing like mad between 3k and 6krpm. I'm thinking electrical component burnt. (Bike has second rad mod). I have changed plugs and coil packs no better. thanks.
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Start at the back of the bike and work your way forward. Look for brown, brittle, or burnt electrical connections.
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the relay boxes always seem to be a problem - i know on the f41000 they are on the left handside of the bike, strapped to the frame just behind the rad. I think there are 3 small match box sized black boxes. not sure about the 750 though. They can get pretty hot there and would cause the symptons you talk of. have a look at those.
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Hi all, new to this forum, any help muchly appreciated.

2000 F4, went out on hot day in traffic, bike got very hot, smelt of burning, since then running horrendously. Missing like mad between 3k and 6krpm. I'm thinking electrical component burnt. (Bike has second rad mod). I have changed plugs and coil packs no better. thanks.
thks will check that out
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