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Bank Angle Sensor - November 5, 2007, 10:16 AM

So I am in a to do or not to do situation .. My bank angle sensor has a broken tab so I was thinking about bypassing it .. I know its for safety but ya all have any horror stories without it?
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November 6, 2007, 10:42 AM

Super glue it on straight


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Super glue it on straight
It has the risk of comin off and it can be nasty during a turn ..
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November 6, 2007, 11:52 AM

Why don't you just replace it. Forget about bypassing it. Safety first remember......


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November 6, 2007, 12:36 PM

his bike is in real bad condition. I recommend doing a daredevil stunt, fly bike off a cliff. Go out and buy a new bike or make that bike a track bike. Did you fix the throttle sticking part?
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November 6, 2007, 01:37 PM

If your throttle sticks, don't defeat the angle sensor. If you drop your bike, you'll blow your motor too. If your throttle doesn't stick, and you want to defeat the sensor, try filiing it with silicone. However, if it's not a racebike, I'd replace the sensor and leave it be.


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If your throttle sticks, don't defeat the angle sensor. If you drop your bike, you'll blow your motor too. If your throttle doesn't stick, and you want to defeat the sensor, try filiing it with silicone. However, if it's not a racebike, I'd replace the sensor and leave it be.
Thanks I didnt realise that it could damage the motor if the throttle cable got stuck .. I will glue it on its just one tab thats broken ..

Carnage my bike isnt that badly damaged .. I will smoke you with that broken two wheels
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