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Linking Throttle Cable and Throttle Body - October 12, 2009, 06:06 PM

I somehow forgot to take a picture of this and the manual seems to have nothing on this topic .. I connected the cables and it has the spring action but its not actuating the opening and closing of the throttle body flaps .. anyone has a picture of it for a Kawi 636 .. or any sportbike with similar mechanism will do too .. thanks a lot!


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Cables at the handlebar end? Or at the other?


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My bike is not apart, but I'm gonna look in my manual.


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This help? PM me your email if this isn't clear enough and I'll get it to you that way.
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Only the golden flaps are operated by the throttle cable and the upper steel flaps are just there? so they are not actuated by the throttle cable? So how do the steel flaps open and close


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Only the golden flaps are operated by the throttle cable and the upper steel flaps are just there? so they are not actuated by the throttle cable? So how do the steel flaps open and close
electronically controlled by engine.... motor operated (if I'm not mistaken). This is what gives everybody (except Stoner) the hibbie-gibbies riding the ducati (BVLLSH!T.. I'm lying).
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What he said. They are operated by a servo motor actuated by the ECU.


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October 13, 2009, 01:04 PM

Thanks guys .. somehow I thought otherwise .. I was going crazy over the damn thing yesterday .. I am a dumbass


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