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Old Sep 25th 2017, 11:19 AM   #41
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Originally Posted by Twistedracer View Post
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.
Yeah I haven't removed the kickstand yet and base model has no LED, so the tail light is the only thing that might be an issue.

I'm going to try disconnecting the battery and letting everything reset.
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Old Sep 25th 2017, 04:03 PM   #42
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As said that will be from the tail lights I reckon.
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Old Sep 25th 2017, 04:42 PM   #43
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Originally Posted by royal View Post
As said that will be from the tail lights I reckon.
Getting a few different suggestions from folks. Looking more closely at the users manual it's got to be one of these issues based on what the dash is showing me:





I think (and hope) it's just a pressure or temperature sensor.
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Old Sep 25th 2017, 09:46 PM   #44
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Error problem solved. It was the air temp sensor left behind in the headlight unit.



But can anyone tell me what this connector on the right is for? The wiring is bound together but I can't find that piece in the workshop manual. What's it for?

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Old Sep 27th 2017, 12:49 PM   #45
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Not sure about that plug, but you shouldn't need a plug for the rear brake like people are saying (I don't use one and no codes etc.). You just need to disconnect the cable under the right side fairing. Then it just never thinks the rear brake is being applied.

Obviously an issue if you use rear ABS, but since you just track like me, that is likely disabled due to race mode, so it doesn't matter a bit.

I'm curious how the belly pan install went or if you completed it yet? I have the same issue. I have the pan from MotoXP, but haven't bothered installing. Track day rides haven't required it, but I'm looking to do some racing the same as you and it's required.
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Originally Posted by MotoX183 View Post
Not sure about that plug, but you shouldn't need a plug for the rear brake like people are saying (I don't use one and no codes etc.). You just need to disconnect the cable under the right side fairing. Then it just never thinks the rear brake is being applied.

Obviously an issue if you use rear ABS, but since you just track like me, that is likely disabled due to race mode, so it doesn't matter a bit.

I'm curious how the belly pan install went or if you completed it yet? I have the same issue. I have the pan from MotoXP, but haven't bothered installing. Track day rides haven't required it, but I'm looking to do some racing the same as you and it's required.

Yeah honestly I don't even use my rear brake so it's not a big deal but I'm just a bit anal about little things being done "right" so I'm going to get the plug for it to avoid any codes or disabling of ABS.


Have not fitted the belly pan yet....I started taking the exhaust apart last night but it got late and I was getting frustrated. Working on this bike can be a huge PITA sometimes....I need to invest in some new tools that will make certain jobs easier. I'll be out on work travel for a couple weeks so nothing else will get done here for a little while. Still need to also remove the cooling fan.

I'm going to order the Kraaitech drain plug as well because there is no way I'm going to take this exhaust on and off 5 times a year.
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A bit of progress last night.

Got the radiator fan and exhaust off, and installed my new Shorai lightweight battery.

The weight savings from the stock battery to the Shorai is hard to believe....significantly smaller and lighter. Requires some foam inserts as you can see pictured but otherwise plug and play no drama.

I need to get some spacers for when I remove the kickstand bracket once that is done I'll finally be free to start messing with the belly pan. I can already tell it's going to be a major PITA.

Other than that, things are going well. Small issue with the Motoholders fairing. The IMU is mounted and showing -2 degrees of lean with the bike upright. Not sure yet how to correct that yet...

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Was it showing 0 degrees on that stand prior to swapping to the Motoholders?
I know on at least one of my Pitbulls its not zero.
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Was it showing 0 degrees on that stand prior to swapping to the Motoholders?
I know on at least one of my Pitbulls its not zero.
I don't recall, but even off the stand between my legs I can tell it is off by about a degree and a half
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Anyone seen this bracket before??



It is apparently supplied by Akrapovic and used to "easily" mount oil retention pans that are otherwise a PITA to mount.


I've been told about this from the guys at MotoXpricambi (fairing producer). They said they can get one for me if I can't find it here or source from Akra themselves. Never see it before or hear it mentioned. Others?
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