Join Date: Nov 2016
Location: Coffs Harbour Australia
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Yes, I've ;had that happen and had it fully investigated by experts and no-one could get is to replicate when it was in the workshop of course, but then it would happen on the road. The one constant, here in Australia, was hot days and long rides. Finally I spoke to a Suzuki dealer in Launceston Tasmania, and he confirmed that one of his customers had it happen when he rode up to Cape York (the very hot tip of Ausrlia). His verdict was that the only explanation is when the bike gets hot, but no-one has every isoloated, which part is getting hot and failing. One thing is true though, let the blighter cool down and the problem goes away for a while. I even suspected it was the boosterplug, but I contacted its inventor, Jens Lyck in Denmark and he confirmed it wasn't that; indeed if you don't have a boosterplug on your bike, that proves it. So you are not the only one, but there is no answer yet.