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post #31 of 34 Old 03-09-2014, 05:48 AM
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I removed my Bank angle sensor to test this and it is actually a lot better.
once you remove it, put the base in a vice and pull the top off on an angle,
then plug the top part back in and tape it up to protect the inside.
you will get a flashing engine light without the sensor plugged in.
You can just jump the two outer wires with the sensor removed and check engine light will be off. :-)

However, I just sit @ 6k cruising and no rattle. ;-)

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Actually,
I take it back, this doesn't fix the sound...
it may reduce some sound but that 5-6k rattle is still there.
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when i was switching the OEM windscreen for a double bubble and had major difficulty taking the connecting wiring to the bank angle senor I wiggled the green wire off, i was stressed until i read what that actually does. Will it effect bike during normal riding, like will the bike cut off for any reason or will any engine light warning pop up if i don't reconnect the green wire?
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I just spray a bit of WD-40 (with the long plastic nozzle) into and along where all farings meet.

Much less vibey/buzzing/rattley sounds when riding.

All it is is the vibes from the single-cyl engine at certain RPMs causing the fairings to vibe off each other at 5000 times a minute. Those farings are of course like a amplifier.

Taking them all off (all 17,000 pieces of them, or however many there are) and putting some silicon along all the joining parts before putting them all back on will likely lead to a much quieter, less buzzy/grindy/rattley ride.
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