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Ive looked over the forum and couldn't find any that was exactly what was going on with my bike. When I start it it dies immediately unless I hold the throttle and manually idle the bike. After its warmed up it will run but a lot of times if u pull the clutch in and drop the rpms it will die. Doesn't seem to idle and is very rough on start up. F1 unit is throwing a code 2, vacuum hose or faulty map, seems like either of those could be my problem but I cant seem to figure out how to fix it everything seems fine. Checked the map sensor under right side of tank unpluged it and plugged it in again. Where is the vacuum hose the code 2 is refering to?

Problem number 2. When the bike accelerates it is fine until it hits 5-8 rpms. When it gets there it gets really bogged down and there is alot of resistance from the motor. Its a huge loss in power. Yiu can feel the bike wanting to go but something is holding it back. Any ideas? Thanks very much sorry if there are similar threads.
 

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Ive looked over the forum and couldn't find any that was exactly what was going on with my bike. When I start it it dies immediately unless I hold the throttle and manually idle the bike. After its warmed up it will run but a lot of times if u pull the clutch in and drop the rpms it will die. Doesn't seem to idle and is very rough on start up. F1 unit is throwing a code 2, vacuum hose or faulty map, seems like either of those could be my problem but I cant seem to figure out how to fix it everything seems fine. Checked the map sensor under right side of tank unpluged it and plugged it in again. Where is the vacuum hose the code 2 is refering to?

Problem number 2. When the bike accelerates it is fine until it hits 5-8 rpms. When it gets there it gets really bogged down and there is alot of resistance from the motor. Its a huge loss in power. Yiu can feel the bike wanting to go but something is holding it back. Any ideas? Thanks very much sorry if there are similar threads.

The vacuum hose connects to the MAP sensor.
The MAP sensor is mounted on the back of the airbox as shown in the manual.
 
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