The plugs on that last chop where a dark brown. When i blew the pipe up this last weekend i pulled the sled over and it died and i couldn't restart it. I'm thinking cause of no back pressure. But i changed the plugs and found that the old ones were all washed out. I did eventually get it running and drove it home..
This excess fuel seems to be happening when i'm running hard on a long straight and then let up and the get down on it again. Both times this is when the pipe has come apart.
What fun would that be. .Never thought i rode that hard but it's starting to look that way now. May be time for a newer bigger sled.
I don't mind turning a wrench on it that is the cost for riding them but not every time out. Love my ZR but it's is really starting to wear me down.
Well just an update. I have installed a new pipe on the sled and while doing that i noticed that my TPS was at a 4 o clock position where as on my other sled it is at almost 6 o clock.
So i'm going to go into the testing and adjusting mode on it this weekend since it has rained here and the trails have closed for now.
From what i've been reading and what the dealer kind of told me. ( along with the don't touch it warning) this could vary well be where my fuel issues are at.
I will keep you all posted what i find out. Unfortunately i will be unable to do a fuel MPG check until we get some snow again to reopen the trails.