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This is a discussion on redline 8,000rpm? Help? within the Grom Reviews, Rides and Impressions forums, part of the Honda Grom Forums category; So I've noticed on watching videos that people odometers don't have a redline? Mine reads a readline starting 8,000 rpm to 10,000? I don't know ...

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    redline 8,000rpm? Help?

    So I've noticed on watching videos that people odometers don't have a redline?

    Mine reads a readline starting 8,000 rpm to 10,000?

    I don't know why?

    I installed a k & n filter to the TB and reset the ECU( if I did it right). It's kinda strange I go to accelerate and the rpms rev up but my bike doesn't go any faster? Sorry I'm a noob at these things.

    Any ideas? Kinda need of help?

    I'll try and post pics/video soon to show

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    Ecu need to read intake temp sensor.. should not be left out.. make sure kn filter is not rubbing throttle linkage ( hose clamp) you need to double check your work and puzzle it. May left out not been plug in.
    Last edited by animo819; 09-27-2013 at 09:32 AM.

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    Thanks! Yea, the sensor is still plugged into the airbox. ( would that make a difference?) should pluginto the filter? Why would my odometer have red line?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gremlin View Post
    ? Why would my odometer have red line?
    Odo or Tacho?
    Tacho should have a red line

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gremlin View Post
    I go to accelerate and the rpms rev up but my bike doesn't go any faster
    Not sure I under stand this, unless your clutch is slipping.
    Can you explain a little more what the problem is



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    Quote Originally Posted by StrayDog View Post
    Not sure I under stand this, unless your clutch is slipping.
    Can you explain a little more what the problem is



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    You nailed it! Clutch was smoked. No free play. Was on super tight. Adjusted both ends. Now we're back in business. Thanks for the replays appreciate all you input.

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    Also will be putting the temp sensor into the filter. Should I rest ECU again when I do that?

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    Sorry I can't answer that, not my thing.
    But I would suggest yes, although I thought the ECU reset itself by riding,
    Anyone else know the answer?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Gremlin View Post
    Also will be putting the temp sensor into the filter. Should I rest ECU again when I do that?
    Mine ran perfect with the ait sensor still in the box and open throttle body and you can reset it if you want or just go ride it'll adjust itself

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    What does the grom tacho redline at ?

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