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After about 45 min.ride my 05 c90 loses most of its power the fuel injection light comes on and I have to limp home. When the bike cools down it runs fine again

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Mine used to do and after the shop had it a different days without finding a solution. I asked someone who used to own his own shop, who said to add a new ground, I did and I have not had the issue since. My fuel pump would lose power after the bike got warm. Maybe this wil help. jaxeagle

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