Hi all, I've just come into possession of a 2007 R6, very cheaply from a pretty honest bloke who appears to have been pissed off with a problem he wasn't able to fix. He told me about the fault, but I didn't really pay too much attention due to the price ($3800), although it is also a repaired write off. I test rode the bike and it rode exactly as he stated with an intermittent problem with the bike stalling at low revs. It appears he just wanted to get rid of it pretty quick. I thought it may be an easy fix and didn't really give the problem too much credit. I hope I haven't just bought a lemon. A bit of a background to the problem. When coming back through the gearing preparing to stop, the revs appear to just drop right off, and there is no real ability to use the gearing to slow down due to the revs dropping quickly, I am reliant more on the brakes than gearing, and I have to go down more rushed than usual through the gears. Once the bike comes into first gear, the bike will then drop out completely. I then have to start the bike again which sometimes does not want to keep idling. This problem is intermittent though. After doing some research on numerous other forums, there seems to be quite a bit of reference to the throttle position sensor, and that if this sensor is faulty, it can display similar symptoms. Most of these owners have stated they have cleaned, removed and replaced the sensor only with the problem to return some months later. I haven't seen a diagnostic code come up as yet during the fault, but from these posts, it seems to be a regular problem. I'm about to head outside today and have a bit of a play with her, to see if cleaning the sensor will do any good. 1). Has anyone encountered this problem before, and can anyone recommend a solution? 2). Does anyone with a bit of nouse know if the tps (throttle position sensor) from later model r6 or other bikes altogether would be able to be substituted? 3). Does anyone know where I can get a detailed manual for the 2007 R6?