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Thread: 700 hisun 2009 carb top speed problems

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    700 hisun 2009 carb top speed problems

    Hey guys,

    Im having a problem with my top speed, the sidexside works great in all other capacities, but when i reach top speed the entire sidexside shuts down till i coast to almost a complete stop, 65km/hr... i can hold the bike at 60 all day long and i have no issues.

    When this happens the bike doesnt sputter to a stop it simply dies like the spark has been cut.

    Is their a rev limiter that causes this, or am is it starving for fuel.

    I noticed on my last run that the rpm gauge goes blank, it does show anything at all till the bike is restarted, could this have to do with the switch in the rear diff?

    I appreciate any replies

    Thx

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    Cpt. Pickles

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    There is a rev limiter and top speed is 40 mph or just under 65km/hr but it shouldn't shut down . It might cut out till you get below the limiter but that's all
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    Where is the rev limiter located?
    Is it a straight up CDI swap? or a switch bypass?

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    It's located in the battery box.
    A carbed Yamaha rhino 660 controller would be your replacement.
    They don't normally shut off the dash display when hitting the rev limiter. You may have another issue.
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    Could the problem be the speed sensor located on the rear diff?
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    You can look at the speed counter on the rear diff. When I had my 700 there is a connector back there that did have a dirty connection, but it caused the speedometer to quit working. In my case the speedo. just read ZERO ( 0 ) but the rest of the display still functioned normally and did not cutout.
    '14 Massimo 800
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    Anybody know where the rpm counter is located, is it a switch? or built it to the CDI
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