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Problems with my PC
Written by goldwingman40 on 7/13/2010 at 06:49 pm

Siphon all the old gas out of the tank that you can and then put in about 2
gallons of fresh gas and 3 ounces of Chevron Techron. Then start the bike and
let it idle for 5 or 10 minutes and then set overnight. The next day start it
and try and slowly give it some throttle. If it takes it go out and ride it, not
where there is heavy traffic, and run the gas down. Then fill up and add 3
ounces more of Techron and ride it again. If it didn't take the throttle let it
idle again for 10 minutes and set overnight. Then try again. MAKE sure you get
GOOD gas, Shell, Texaco, Exon, from a station that sells a lot of gas. You
didn't say how long the bike set. Mine had been apart for 1 1/2 years and it
just worked before I went to the Deal's Gap weekend.
It ran great a couple of runs, 180 miles, thru the local twisties and the 150
miles of twisties getting to Bryson City. Friday night after dinner I needed gas
for the Saturday ride and the Shell by the motel was having computer pump
problems in the afternoon so I went to the BP down the road and got some bad
gas. Saturday morning the bike wanted to miss and pop and low idle. We filally
ran out half a tank and stopped at a Shell near Telico, TN before lunch and
filled up and it started running better. I filled again at the Shell in Bryson
City after Saturday dinner and it ran good all the way home on Sunday. That is
the first time I have gotten bad gas in one of my bikes in 30 years. That is why
I say good gas at a station that sells a lot of gas.

--- In, "bravocompany_1" <bravocompany_1@...> wrote:
> Hi
> everybody
> After having my PC in the garage with out using it for a long time
> I am having a problem reving the engine it won't rev past 2000 RPMs?
> It turns on with out a problem but as soon as I hit the throttle it chokes.
> What can I do?
> Can I fix this I hate anyone touching my bike I rather fix it my self.
> Please help.
> Thanks!!!
> bravo.

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