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    Hiccups while riding BN600/TNT600

    Hi All,

    I've noticed recently when riding my bike, I feel a few hiccups. This is when holding the acceleration steady at any given speed. When the bike is idling, it seems normal and don't feel any hiccups. Its only when riding at a constant speed.

    I have replaced the fuel filter and the hoses as I noticed that one of the hoses had a crack and was leaking fuel. Additional, I've replaced the acceleration grips and ensured that the wire length is not too tight or too lose, can move the handle bar freely without any issues.

    Unsure what else can be causing an issue? Any advice as to what I should look at next?

    Regards,

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    Do you now have new spark plugs fitted ?
    Also have you cleaned or replaced the air filter?

    How many miles has the bike done in total ?
    It may help us understand if any other parts are worn out

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    No idea what causes hiccups, but have you tried drinking a glass of water from the wrong side of the glass?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick67 View Post
    Do you now have new spark plugs fitted ?
    Also have you cleaned or replaced the air filter?

    How many miles has the bike done in total ?
    It may help us understand if any other parts are worn out
    The spark plugs haven't been changed since I purchased the bike.
    The bike has done 5000kms
    haven't cleaned or replaced the air filter given such a short run time for the bike.
    the bike is used seasonally so most of the times its sitting in the garage

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sprocket View Post
    No idea what causes hiccups, but have you tried drinking a glass of water from the wrong side of the glass?
    haha luckily i am not the one that has the hiccups :P

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    Sounds like a fuel problem,try some fuel additive in the tank and give it a good run.
    when i was young i was very indecisive,now im older im not so sure.

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    Does it have a TPS? If it does try disconnecting it & see if that helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DenH View Post
    Sounds like a fuel problem,try some fuel additive in the tank and give it a good run.
    i will give that a try. thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dazz View Post
    Does it have a TPS? If it does try disconnecting it & see if that helps.
    what's a tps?

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