The bike went up 5000 feet, what do I need to do?
My bike from Arkansas arrived today (I am in Colorado).
The guy rolled it off the truck, I hit the choke and key and she fired right up (has not run in approx 30 days when it was with shipper), so I thought yay!
I bled the brakes and clutch as I have had vehicles do weird things when there is any moisture or air at all in there and it goes up a mile in elevation. After that, no squishy levers
The FI light stayed on solid. This was not the case the day it went on the truck (seller sent me a video as the truck was there).
I am reading that it appears I may have a code 10 (baro sensor or connections), are these known for just coming loose? or is there a chance the shipper could have pulled it locking the bike in?
The bike runs fine and has plenty of power, doesnt cut out or die, and starts every time. It's just the FI light comes on as it primes, then goes off. If I dont start the bike, it will flash a single long flash over and over. If I start the bike it will come on solid once the bike goes into gear and I hit the throttle. I rode it 20 miles today without a hiccup, but I would really love to know what happened between Arkansas and Colorado.
Am I on the right track?
Full Akra titanium (obvious pair remove)
Power Commander 3usb
EDIT: I rode this ~11 miles to and 11 miles from work today, it starts fine, it idles fine, and has no bog or hesitation, nor does it jsut die like others. It runs very well, it's just the light staying on that bugs the hell out of me.
Do I need to re-tune a Power Commander to accomidate for elevation, or should it adapt and I have another demon?
Last edited by noifcustoms; 04-24-2012 at 08:03 PM.
Reason: more detail