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So my TL1000S is stalling unexpectedly and sometimes deeply troubling.

Like when cold half a year ago when going slowly going through the first curve in first gear,
which brought me and bike to a slow and embarrising close encounter with the tarmac.

But not only when cold, it can shut off when warm as well, ie engine
stalling and in any gear. What´s the check list,vacuum lines and what then?
The sync is set and fine and bike starts and runs well.
 

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So my TL1000S is stalling unexpectedly and sometimes deeply troubling.
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But not only when cold, it can shut off when warm as well, ie engine
stalling and in any gear.
What´s the check list,vacuum lines and what then?
The sync is set and fine and bike starts and runs well.
When it dies, is it usually in lower RPMs?
Have you noticed if the CHEC indicator is displayed in the LCD window when it dies?
Do the lights go out too, or just the engine stalls?
 

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When it dies, is it usually in lower RPMs?
Have you noticed if the CHEC indicator is displayed in the LCD window when it dies?
Do the lights go out too, or just the engine stalls?
I"d say lower rpms, unsure about CHEC code and it' not lights/ignition but just the engine stopping. I just got the advice to check the stand kill switch and tip over indicator as well.
 

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.... I just got the advice to check the stand kill switch and tip over indicator as well.
Yes, those are appropriate components to check also. A side stand switch that is not reliably engaging the interlock relay can kill the FI and ignition circuits long enough to stop the engine at any temperature.

I tend to overlook the obvious at times....:)
 
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