Lately my Fuoco has developed this nasty habit of just dying on me for no apparent reason, sometimes it just splutters and then picks up again and keeps going. Other times it dies as suddenly as if the kill switch had been hit, when it dies, after I stop I then start it normally and off we go again.
My major concern is that when it dies anyone following close behind me is likely to run over the top of me and sometimes I have no escape route so have to endure the fist shaking and finger gesticulating from irate drivers.
At first I thought maybe water in the fuel, I added some metho to the the fuel hoping to mop up any water but to no avail. Then I thought maybe spark plugs and discovered that NGK CR4EBK plugs don't exist in the real world and so bought some CR7EIX and tried those, there was a marginal improvement in smoothness but not in the cutting out problem.
The Gilera dealer in Batemans Bay couldn't find a problem as the puter had no fault codes registered in it. Anyone have any ideas at what I maybe can or should look at next? Any and all suggestions will be entertained
You're as bad as me, you used to be so much better, that makes you worse.
Red Gilera Fuoco 500ie