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I have a CBR 929 01' and i have this problem.
My spark plugs are always wet and it doesn't work properly in the idle and gas smoke come out from the exaust,also the FI indicator is always on
Question : is it possible that my map sensor is faulty?
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Re: please help

I'm not COMPLETELY mechanically inclined, but is it possible there's oil burning.....seal shot somewhere??? Are you riding it in rainy weather?? What do you mean the plugs are always wet?
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I have a CBR 929 01' and i have this problem.
My spark plugs are always wet and it doesn't work properly in the idle and gas smoke come out from the exaust,also the FI indicator is always on
Question : is it possible that my map sensor is faulty?

Fuel pressure regulator.
More likely something is disconnected under the tank.

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I'm not COMPLETELY mechanically inclined, but is it possible there's oil burning.....seal shot somewhere??? Are you riding it in rainy weather?? What do you mean the plugs are always wet?


In mechanical terms, he means the electrodes are wet with unburnt fuel.

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