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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 02-26-2019, 01:28 PM Thread Starter
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Raptor 700 06 plate

Hi chaps dunt no if doing this right am new on this...just got raptor 700 on a 06 plate...wen am riding it and am coming to a stop the engine cuts out...it dunt do it all the time tho...any ideas....by the way it's my first raptor lol
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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 02-26-2019, 01:55 PM
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What do you mean on a 06 plate ? Are you stalling from improper clutch or does it just cut off ?
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Hi chaps I have add my raptor about 3 month....when am driving it and coming to a stop sometimes it cuts out last time it did it it went like puff then cut out....it Dus start back up straight away any ideas plz....this is my first raptor so don't no out a art them....thanks
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Anything done to it from aftermarket? You can check for exhaust leaks around the header

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No it ant.....I only found out other day when u start it up u should let it tick over for a while but I have been revving it up cud that have something Todo with it...i.e spark plug..I just ant a clue bout the raptors....I will check the exhaust tho...thanks
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It's a raptor 2006 model I ment sorry
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Start with the simple things. Replace the spark plug. Do you have a fuel controller on it? If installed by the previous owner it would be a small box under the seat.

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I will change spark plug plus's clean air filter out....I will also check under the seat thank u very much for ur help I will let u no how I get on thanks
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Yes, you should replace the spark plug.

Check the valve adjustment.

Check the TPS adjustment.

And, most important, check the idle speed.

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