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Old Sep 21st 2017, 02:04 PM   #31
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Tell me , is your Motorholders bracet welded up square? Mine isnt , just above the decal the weld is not square . Seems to bolt up ok , the IMU holder is out of whack as well.
Anyone have photos of how they rubber mounted the IMU?
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Old Sep 21st 2017, 02:36 PM   #32
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Originally Posted by Calderara di Reno View Post
Tell me , is your Motorholders bracet welded up square? Mine isnt , just above the decal the weld is not square . Seems to bolt up ok , the IMU holder is out of whack as well.
Anyone have photos of how they rubber mounted the IMU?
I didn't give it a very close look, but I will check for you and let you know. Also just test fitted the IMU bracket mount briefly and it seemed fine...

I'm just planning to stick some rubber washers on should be pretty straightforward (hopefully)
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Old Sep 22nd 2017, 03:19 PM   #33
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I had the same issue with my reservoirs barely hitting. Just push/bend them down a little bit at a time until they clear. it has worked for me for over a year of track and racing. Hope it helps.
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I had the same issue with my reservoirs barely hitting. Just push/bend them down a little bit at a time until they clear. it has worked for me for over a year of track and racing. Hope it helps.
It's not the reservoirs its the master cylinders themselves, but I checked last night and it's limited maybe 1.5mm of travel so, no big deal. I can adjust the bump stop slightly if needed. Thanks!


I'm just trying to find out if it's necessary to use rubber washers/gromet when mounting the IMU on the motoholders bracket. Not sure if that vibration will affect the brain. Does anyone know?
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Old Sep 25th 2017, 09:19 AM   #36
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ECU Error

I plugged the dash screen and IMU back in last night and turned the key on (did not start engine.)

Bike is showing !ENGINE error and according to user manual this combo of lights is pertaining to the ECU. Not sure if this is to do with the IMU or if I did something else...need to diagnose. Bike is also showing -2 degrees of lean while on the pitbull stand. Not sure if that's because it's actually leaned over 2 degrees or if the IMU is off but either way, that shouldn't throw an error code. (If the bike was on it's kickstand it would be leaned over much more.)

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Anyone know if/where I can buy a code reader to avoid having to go into the dealer every time? Used to have one for my old BMW and it saved me thousands of dollars over the course of ownership.








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Old Sep 25th 2017, 09:43 AM   #37
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The DP OEM track kit comes with 3 electrical block off's for the headlight, taillight and side stand.

Might want to check to see if these can be bought, either OEM or aftermarket.
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The DP OEM track kit comes with 3 electrical block off's for the headlight, taillight and side stand.

Might want to check to see if these can be bought, either OEM or aftermarket.

I haven't removed the side stand yet.

Was told headlight plugs shouldn't throw an error code if not plugged off, but the rear brake might. I guess that could be it...perhaps an ABS ECU fault?

I'll get all the plugs and go from there. You don't know the part #'s do you?

I really don't think it's the IMU yet. I made sure not to key on the bike until it was re-mounted on the new bracket and it seems to be at the same angle/position as it was on the stock fairing stay.
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These were the parts numbers for the whole fairing kits, but I don'y know the individual part numbers for the electrical block off's



Can you take a couple more pictures of the IMU mounted.
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Required plugs are for the rear brake light, sidestand , and led headlights. Standard headlights don't need a plug. That engine light will also come on if quick shifter is disconnected.
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