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post #1 of 19 Old 04-14-2019, 12:09 PM Thread Starter
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Bazzaz & Valve Adjust Problem

So I did a valve adjust last weekend (had to replace one each exhaust and intake shim) then installed the Bazzaz unit I've had sitting on the shelf since last summer. Everything is reconnected though I left the cooling system empty since I didn't want to drain it again if I had to take it all back apart. Bike will not start. Ignition comes on, and the engine will turn over several times and will almost fire but then it will fart and the display goes blank, then shows JB.1.7.7. After a few seconds the display illuminates again and I can try to fire it up again but the same thing happens. I did email @MNNTBX but it was late yesterday so I don't expect an answer until tomorrow.
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And what happens without the unit?
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What’s a Bazzaz unit? Never heard of that.
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I have not unplugged the Bazzaz, figured before I went through resorting the wiring harness I would check here to see if this sounded like more of a valve adjust issue, maybe I put the cams back in a 1/2 tooth off or something.

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I have not unplugged the Bazzaz, figured before I went through resorting the wiring harness I would check here to see if this sounded like more of a valve adjust issue, maybe I put the cams back in a 1/2 tooth off or something.
I'd assume it's something you did during valve adjust.

All the same, you need to exclude the Bazzazz at this point.

Then you'll know a little more precisely what the issue is.
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I suppose so, just ran out of time this weekend.

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OK never mind

I will just assume it’s some sort of tuning box.
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OK never mind

I will just assume itís some sort of tuning box.
You are correct.
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OK never mind

I will just assume itís some sort of tuning box.
Sorry didn't see your post before, yes its a fuel controller.

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JB.1.7.7 is probably low battery.

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