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My zx6r had watter in the gas well i drained it, well the battary needer to be charged . now the bike will not go no more than 10 grand what could be wrong with it ? could it be plugs because i reset the computer out of limit mode like the dealership told me

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Well if it's not electronically limited, try new spark plugs and run some fuel cleaner through a couple of tanks of petrol, give the bike a good 'run' hope this helps.

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