Revved Engine When Pressing The Clutch To Change Into Neutral.

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  1. Zrakk

    Zrakk New Member

    Aug 15, 2019
    Hi everyone,

    I have a Speed Triple S Triumph (1050cc) and when I have to change into neutral from 1st gear I obviously press the clutch but the engine starts to rev from 1000 to 2000 rpm, and after leaving it in neutral it keeps a little revved (2000 rpm) for a few seconds before turning back to normal. What could it be?
  2. brown mouse

    brown mouse Active Member

    Sep 15, 2018
    East Midlands, UK
    Does the neutral indication come on immediately when you select neutral? I'm wondering if you have a dodgy neutral sensor and the ECU thinks the bike is still in gear and so is revving the engine to stop it stalling when you release the clutch.

    I have a different Triumph (a 1200cc twin) but the other day I noticed that easing out the clutch when stationary in first gear made the engine rev even though I wasn't giving it any throttle, I could use it to inch the bike forward.
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