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Old Apr 25th 2019, 07:29 PM   #71
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Old Apr 26th 2019, 03:24 AM   #72
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You won't need the servo buddy, just pull the cable and motor and it won't throw a dash message. Are you going to pull the flap out and get the side hole welded?

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Old Apr 26th 2019, 05:01 AM   #74
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Originally Posted by able duc View Post
You won't need the servo buddy, just pull the cable and motor and it won't throw a dash message. Are you going to pull the flap out and get the side hole welded?

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Lol its funny you say that because i said the same thing to my buddy and he got an code thrown. Seems like ive been reading on the forums its 50/50 some people get a code some people dont, i got it just for piece of mind.

Idk if ill remove the whole flap, but when i go to install it i guess ill decide. My main goal is too keep that flap from having any issues getting stuck, my buddy had that issue from a broken spring and it was annoying. Now its just something we do on all our bikes to keep from happening again.

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Old Apr 26th 2019, 11:19 AM   #75
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OZ Gass RS-A wheels came in today. I went with gloss black. Still waiting for rotors and a sprocket to come in unfortunately! But theyre light!!!!

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OZ Gass RS-A wheels came in today. I went with gloss black. Still waiting for rotors and a sprocket to come in unfortunately! But theyre light!!!!

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Good call, very nice setup. Let me know before you get them

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Lol its funny you say that because i said the same thing to my buddy and he got an code thrown. Seems like ive been reading on the forums its 50/50 some people get a code some people dont, i got it just for piece of mind.

Idk if ill remove the whole flap, but when i go to install it i guess ill decide. My main goal is too keep that flap from having any issues getting stuck, my buddy had that issue from a broken spring and it was annoying. Now its just something we do on all our bikes to keep from happening again.

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I have done my own 2 x 899's a 959 and 1199 without any trouble. Best thing for the flap is get rid of it and motor completely it's easy to pull that section and get someone to cut all that sh*t off and weld the hole up.
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I have done my own 2 x 899's a 959 and 1199 without any trouble. Best thing for the flap is get rid of it and motor completely it's easy to pull that section and get someone to cut all that sh*t off and weld the hole up.
Thats some good advice ill end up doing that then! Sounds like that will give me the lowest chance of having it be an issue as well

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Since i finally got a wheel that works with my swingarm, here is a sneak peak of the setup!

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