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November 26th, 2016, 08:08 PM   #11
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That is flattering Smash101! But honestly I'm no expert. However I do have experienced quite a few things as I have two 570s and many of my friends have 70degs, and what I learned (many times the hard way) is to start checking the easy things and then move on to the more complex/costly fixes.

Originally Posted by Mxdave View Post
Tried plug and cap both new Oem just installed, sprayed water and no sign.
Can you explain this..? If you really did it my intention was the opposite I once had trouble starting and it run like shit. Took it to my dealer and he showed me that sparks were jumping from the cap to the cylinder, in effect wasting spark energy. That was due to water/moisture in and around the cap. I installed a new cap and the problem was gone (the interesting thing is that your engine doesnt run with your new oem cap, which kinda indicates the problem might be there somewhere).

Now I don't buy a new cap, I just blow the cap dry, clean it with 5-56 and then blow it dry again with air. Water can creep in due to wet rides or, mostly, from hi-pressure washing the bike.
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