Is this the surging issue ?

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  1. BigRocketMan

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    I've recently bought a stock 07 with 26,000kms

    I noticed today when in neutral and attempting to hold around 2.5K rpms it would hold for about 1 second then go lower or higher. It would not be stable.

    I was simply trying to heat it up fast without riding it as I was doing some fluids.

    I haven't ridden the bike due to shoulder surgery and I'm concerned it may have the surging issue when holding enough throttle to maintain a given speed. Perhaps I need Oxygen sensor eliminators by installing 330 ohm resisters across the leads to the OEM sensors.

    The pair is still connected.
     
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    The PAIR is just a passive entry of fresh air into the exhaust ports post-combustion, should have no effect on performance.
    You're talking surge while sitting, could be completely a different thing while riding and under load..... is it a problem on the road in reality?
     
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    Does it do this after it been warmed up to operating temp?


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    I've read that the air can cause the 02 sensor to pick it up and mess with the fuelling
     
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    After repeating warm up and when up to temp, it was much more stable.
    Not perfect, but much better than during warming up period.
     
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    It's doing what it was designed to do, provide one of the parameters for the ECU to make a small adjustment to fueling if necessary. Should work better fully warmed up and under the normal loads of riding (ie., not on the centerstand).
     
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