Monthly Archives: May 2008
The FJR is back in the garage. Apparently, it’s fine. The noise I’m hearing is the air injection into the exhaust system to ignite any remaining unburned fuel. The 2007 and 2008 FJR on their showroom makes the same noise on deceleration.
Part of the problem is that the bike… Continue reading
So, the guys at House of Motorcycles tell me I have to bring the bike back in during the week. they want to hook it up to the computer, then call Yamaha, to see if they can diagnose and apply a fix.
Of course, since it’s during the week, I… Continue reading
Well, after spending all morning at the dealership, they still don’t know why the bike is popping on deceleration. It’s not throwing an error code. No warning lights are displayed. According to the bike’s ECU, everything is peachy keen.
They’re going to have to call Yamaha tomorrow, and see if… Continue reading
The FJR isn’t a superbike. Well, not by today’s standards anyway. Back in the mid 80s, it would’ve been a frightening monster, but the V-Max, then the Hayabusa, and the literbikes took care of that.
Now, it’s just a really fast bike. Faster than most on the road, actually. The… Continue reading
Tomorrow, the FJR goes into the shop for some work.
I’m having an annoying little problem of misfiring and occasional popping on deceleration.
I’m taking it back to North County house of Motorcycles for this one, since it’s been doing it since I got it. when I first got it,… Continue reading
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