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hello everyone and happy Independence Day weekend!
I have a new 2022 BF 750 that I have taken to local atv parks several times since owning it. I noticed during the first trip that something must be getting wet when I put this things through mud and water no deeper than the skip plates but there is also all the mud being thrown around by the wheels and covering everything.
After going through mud, if not immediately buy maybe within a minute or two, the BF seems to run fine at low speeds and power but the moment I try to give it upwards of half throttle, the machine sputters and even seems to lose all power unless I let off the throttle back to a moderate or low speed. The issue doesn’t seem to go away until after I bring it home and wash it all off. After that I can get it warmed up at home even with everything wet from the water hose or pressure washer and it’s back to full power.
I have recently pulled all the plastic off and took my time over 3 days waterproofing every electrical component I could find and especially the coils and wires.
I went riding a few weekends ago and didn’t seem to have any issues but after riding yesterday it was back to no power and dying out after getting muddy. I thought maybe the radiator having some mud in it could be the issue but I would think without a temperature light on that I shouldn’t have a problem from that.
honestly I’m just baffled at this point! Thanks for any helpful opinions any of you may have
 

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Sounds like a loose connection somewhere. Check the airbox intake tube and make sure the spark plugs are tight.
 

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Hello, can I ask how you solved the loss of power on your Kawasaki kvf 750, the same thing happened to me today, but I didn't get it dirty anywhere, if I put more than half the gas, it starts sputtering and loses power.

thanks for the answer, I'm at a loss. Greetings from the Czech Republic
 

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You didn't mention the year of your kvf 750 but could be the gas tank valve, not sure if that is the correct name for it. I had problems like you described in the past, once replaced it fixed my problem. It is located on the top right side of the gas tank and can be an issue getting to it with the rear plastics on.
 
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