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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 11-03-2016, 11:49 AM Thread Starter
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Odd F3 800 off the line question ( starting from a stop)

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I have a 2014 F3 800. ( has been a Bike i have wanted for many years, and I got one )

coming off GSXR 600's and a 2016 FZ-09
when starting off a line like at a intersection. the bike just feels like it doesn't want to go. Almost like I am in 2nd gear, Which I know I am not.
Makes a lot of chain noise like the bike is being bogged down.
Is this normal? Do I need to just bring the RPM's higher?
My GSXR's and FZ-09 didn't do this or have this problem. or sound.

I have noticed anything under 5k or lower the bike just doesn't feel like it has the gearing to move.

Or Am i just being a dumbass

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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 11-03-2016, 01:46 PM
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Give it some more revs and slip the clutch, that will sort your problem
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Give it some more revs and slip the clutch, that will sort your problem
That's what I was figuring,.
Bike just feels different from what I have ridden the last 10 years
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You want to be pulling away @ 5-6000rpm roughly
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I pull away at much less revs than that usually. Does your bike move with no throttle if you slip the clutch out a little or stall immediately? I tend to pull away at on 2-4k rpm unless uphill and just slip lots. Though this could be down to different riding styles certainly.
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I pull away at much less revs than that usually. Does your bike move with no throttle if you slip the clutch out a little or stall immediately? I tend to pull away at on 2-4k rpm unless uphill and just slip lots. Though this could be down to different riding styles certainly.
I'll have to try that. Never checked.
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I just let the clutch out 99% of the time. No additional rpm unless I am coming off a hill start. Once I hear it start to drop the rpm from the take off I apply throttle. My idle is set at 1650.

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Get rid of the 16T front sprocket and get a 15T
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Get rid of the 16T front sprocket and get a 15T
Yeah, I was looking into that last night. Found some I can use
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