Maby the fuel pump? But then, how come the R? And what is "High Tor Mulen"
I also taught about this solution, but I rev'd the atv on a standstill and, there was very little vibrational difference from 4/5 to 7k rpm. Yet it still happened.I thinks it has to do with the gear position sensor, that is what tells the ECU what gear the bike is in. As far as why it indicates reverse at 6000 RPM, must be something in the sensor module that is intermittent and sensitive to vibration.
I did not know, that's cheesy yes!After the maintenace message it should show whatever the dealer has programmed it to say. I have seen dealers put Hi and then the owner's name, but that's pretty cheesy.
Well a trip to the dealer is what I am trying to avoid, but it seems inevitable.ECM may be seeing a different RPM than you are actually running and hitting the rev limiter before it actually should. Sounds like a trip to the dealer to put in on buds is in order.
Check your battery connections for tightness and corrosion also check the 3 phases on your stator.
Wow!Sounding like a power issue now. Test charging voltage and have the battery load tested after you get it fully charged. Any auto parts store should do the load test for free if you bring the battery in. With a volt meter on the battery you should see 13.5-14.5V at idle and it shouldn't go over 15 at any RPM when revved up. If it's lower then you have a stator issue. Higher, voltage regulator and possible stator.