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Hi, I have had my 1090rr for 12mths now and I am still experiencing low speed fueling issues, to the point where it surges in the middle of a low speed turn which makes life very exciting. I have to feather the clutch constantly.
I've read most most of the posts on the forum and can't seem to identify a solution, though I understand part of this is the characteristic of the bike.
Any advice welcome

Phil


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Ive got a 2015 1090RR and the fuelling is near perfect, no issues to date, 2500 miles on it

Is it under warranty? can you let the dealer have a look ?
 

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You should not be feathering the clutch,Take it in and get a tps reset and adjust the bleed valves,any good dealers down there that know what there doing .Is the bike standard .more info please
 

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And no it is not the character of a 1090rr, my 1078rr is smooth as a Suzuki ,then again it did cost some dollars LOL
 

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Ok it's low speed from take off, gears are normally 1st and 2nd. Bike is 2013 model and has done 6500 kms. The bike jerks and jumps so that smooth take offs are challenging especially when turning at the same time.
Appreciate input so far
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Phil is it still under warranty,if so take it back to them should not be doing that.My mate has the same year bike and it is smooth.If it was a 910 or 1078 then you would expect this but even on these model bikes it can be cured .Have you changed spark plugs yet? Next do the tps reset and get them to adjust air bleed screws and maybe tweak with software sorry not sure what ECU you are running. Like a said we now have had 3 1090rr 2010 to 2012 with no issues and 1 2013 with no issues. Anyone you trust down in your backyard.

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Ok, no problem , he will understand , just mention it to him , tell him m your issues and sound like you know what your talking about , then they will realise your no fool , Tps= throttle body position , air bleed valves are just a screw on your throttle bodies to get the correct air ratio , then tell him to sync them , basically give him some tech stuff so he does not take you for a fool.

That bike should run pretty smooth, only cost me about 1500 dollars to achieve on my 1078

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I've got the same problem - just figured it was normal for these bikes as others have complained about it.

Good to know it CAN be fixed.

For those wondering it's basically that there's no throttle position between idle and ~2500 rpm. So low speed corners/parking lots are exciting
 
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