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post #1 of 5 Old 08-13-2015, 04:39 AM Thread Starter
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Hiya to all. Picked up new black/red bike last week after trading in a ducati diavel. Just couldn't get on with it. Gsx-s is really light and turns quick so am quite happy, but have had it stall 5 times now at low revs and turning. Have been extremely lucky to save it from hitting the floor on 2 of the occasions. I was just wondering if anyone else have come across this. After looking on gsxr website it appears to be known to previous suzuki's.
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The one I test rode performed flawlessly, so I'm very interested to hear other peoples thoughts on this.

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Hi. Yeah test ride was no problem but wasn't in same position of slow turn manoeuvre.
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This is the first I've heard of this happening. Are the cables running free?
If anything the bike increases the revs slightly when you let the clutch out slowly.
I'd let the dealer look at it if I were you.
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Yes the revs rise when letting the clutch out while in gear. The last time it happened I was pulling away from the bike shop so he saw and heard what happened. I said I would carry on to see if its just me, but its happened too often in similar circumstances , and looking at the gsxr website its something known about on previous models.
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