this method didnt work Anyways, mechanic is already working on my beauty...she will be fineJust make sure as she fires up you close the throttle... she might splutter and bang and die, but try again and hopefully it will work... it did for me...
Regarding the starter motor, I don’t know if my dealer swapped that over so I can’t say if it will work.
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Hopefully this thread will help you to get it sorted. For me, it was about finding a new way to start the bike... but perhaps mine wasn’t as bad as others . Good luck finding the solutionI'm having the same problem on my 09 R1
- I tried pinning it and it started 1st try. Thanks Gwithian
This is a very true statement right here.It's not the air-fuel ratio that's technical,it's the electronics and sensors that regulate the mix that is technical,and that's why there's not an easy fix to the issue.From all the posts I've read on here the only way to minimise the problem is to keep the motor whithin its spec's and tolerances.Great to see you have kept buying R1's all this time.