I apologize in advance if this is not the right place to post this - admins?
I have a 2005 ZX6R with around 20,xxx miles. I decided to do a valve check/adjustment a little early (the 14k inspection was done on time) because the bike was getting very "chattery."
While I had everything off, it seemed like a good time to do the little upgrades people suggest all over the forums (I searched A LOT before doing anything then searched A LOT more after).
I did the following:
-Valve check, adjustment - following FSM instructions along with tips from various videos and forum posts.
-KLEEN Air system removal - followed (archived) instructions from this and other forums.
-"Quick-turn" throttle with PVC - same as above, followed instructions.
-Replaced spark plugs (I was in there, so why not?)
-Removed secondary throttle plates (butterflies) - I did this following instructions from a member on here. I removed the entire assembly and plugged all the holes properly.
Okay, so that is ALL that was done this time around. I expected to get my FI light because I removed the servo for the secondary throttle plates, so I was not surprised when I turned on the bike and had a light. I should also mention I do have a PC3 with a custom map for my setup before this round of things. I didn't expect to have to retune, because I'd read that using the "Accel Pump" feature on my PC could account for any low-end hesitation.
What is happening now:
-Difficulty starting (not huge, but it is noticeable)
-Will NOT rev past 6-7k rpm in any gear and is hesitant when in Neutral.
-Sounds like a V-twin (this could be me being paranoid, but it definitely sounds different)
I pulled the codes and got the following:
11: Main throttle sensor malfunction, wiring open or short
32: Sub throttle sensor malfunction, wiring open or short
As I said, I expected #32 to pop up and I'll be making a "throttle buddy" same as I made my "servo buddy" at some point to get rid of that code.
I did not expect any issues with the Main throttle sensor.
I am a rotary guy and working on anything with pistons is already a headache, so any help is appreciated!