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    Re: Bike running rough

    Sounds rough doesn't it.... defo not right

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    Re: Bike running rough

    Dropped it in to East Kilbride today... they will get a look on Tuesday...guess we'll see how it pans out..

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    Re: Bike running rough

    Quote Originally Posted by stuartb View Post
    Dropped it in to East Kilbride today... they will get a look on Tuesday...guess we'll see how it pans out..

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    Hope it's something simple Stuart.

    Next time you trailer up your bike stick a towel under the strap on the seat, could only imagine how much it would arouse you if you were lying on top of your bike with a little hole just under you nether regions.


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    Re: Bike running rough

    I'm sure it will be.... haha Tam said get a towel under that strap.. was a 30 min drive... nice fresh wee seat that ! Lol

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    Re: Bike running rough

    Mobile went around 4pm..typically when I was dead busy. It was the Tech working on my bike...he was asking about the Aux USB lead I fitted..I told him that is exactly what it was... he also said the system picked up an error on a lamda sensor (I'm convinced it's an air/fuel prob)... so he was going to change it and see how it ran then... not sure thats covered under my BMW warranty.. I'll need to look through the paperwork, so then I signed off by telling him it had a warranty and to fill his boots ! Lol...

    Hope they figure it out tomorrow...

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    Re: Bike running rough

    Sounds like progress either way!

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    Re: Bike running rough

    The lambda sensor could well be the culprit. My lambda sensor acquired a fault last year and made the bike run terribly, felt like it would loose power and/or not gain revs intermittently during a ride.

    The BMW extended warranty covered the work Stuart, all I had to pay was the excess.

    As Alex says, glad progress is being made and fingers crossed itís sorted soon


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    Re: Bike running rough

    Yea.. I think so too Oli.. no call today, tbh I was really busy so never even thought about it till I got home.....hope he takes my comment seriously... warranty..plenty new parts ... ring ching for him !

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