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post #21 of 36 (permalink) Old 11-13-2007, 02:43 PM
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I'd also say it's a good write up!

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post #22 of 36 (permalink) Old 11-28-2007, 05:44 AM
 
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nice write up! i'll add this to my to-do list
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Sorry to bring back an old thread...

But i had a question, What exactly does this Lean angle sensor do ?
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Sorry to bring back an old thread...

But i had a question, What exactly does this Lean angle sensor do ?
Need to read the thread, your answer was already there on page 1:

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It's a safety feature for when the bike tips over to shut off the engine.... Many people who wheelie like to disable it to be safe.

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Good write up on this. But, out of curiosity, couldn't one just disconnect this? I'm assuming it's a simple on/off switch and not a rheostat? Glueing is a simple fix as well, just seeing what other options are out there.
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Good write up on this. But, out of curiosity, couldn't one just disconnect this? I'm assuming it's a simple on/off switch and not a rheostat? Glueing is a simple fix as well, just seeing what other options are out there.
Yeah, that was pretty dumb of me!
i really just subscribed with a question and i came back to read the rest today! Sounds like it could be an issue depending on the circumstances!

Definetly a great write up though!
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So why would Bogie need to disable it?



You don't need it when you only ride on straight roads.


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It's a safety feature for when the bike tips over to shut off the engine.... Many people who wheelie like to disable it to be safe.

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hahahh thats kind of a OXYMORON isnt it! !hahahah
Wheelie and safety feature in the same sentence!! hahahahah
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Best way to disable a lean angle sensor: Let Bogie ride it. You'll never see the bike get enough lean angle to test it.
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Best way to disable a lean angle sensor: Let Bogie ride it. You'll never see the bike get enough lean angle to test it.

Wanna bet??

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It's a safety feature for when the bike tips over to shut off the engine.... Many people who wheelie like to disable it to be safe.

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Will the Lean angle sensor cause a lack of accel when trying to wheelie? Sometimes when I go to slip the clutch the bike has a lack of power and does not come up. Is it possible for the lean angle sensor to back off on the engine on hard accel?
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Will the Lean angle sensor cause a lack of accel when trying to wheelie? Sometimes when I go to slip the clutch the bike has a lack of power and does not come up. Is it possible for the lean angle sensor to back off on the engine on hard accel?
yamaha had to replace my ecu due to a stumble off five grand . the reason for the problem they gave was related to compliance with eruo III emissions standards or what ever they have to do to get them into the USA -C.A.R.B. or what ever. incase you did not know about this problem . they will replace your ecu no charge it takes about thirty seconds.

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Awesome writeup...
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yamaha had to replace my ecu due to a stumble off five grand . the reason for the problem they gave was related to compliance with eruo III emissions standards or what ever they have to do to get them into the USA -C.A.R.B. or what ever. incase you did not know about this problem . they will replace your ecu no charge it takes about thirty seconds.

Thanks David!!! I got my ecu and it fixed the problem. thanks for the help guys!!!
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Question Quick question???

I was wondering if this method would still work if I'm already getting a error code 41?? I did some research and the code is the lean angle cutt-off switch. I don't know if I just have a bad connection or if the switch is bad. I'm not sure how to test it. Got any suggestions? My bike won't start and I have the itch bad!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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