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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 10-06-2004, 04:44 PM Thread Starter
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Just incase anyone needed this. I crashed my bike a couple weeks ago and it wont start. It wasn't the tip over swtich, but the weight inside was off. I fixed it and still nothing but it could be YOUR problem...







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The little wieght inside hangs fomr a little rod and is able to move back and forth. It has a counter wieght on the bottom so when the bike is str8 up the wieght inside the box is. Bike falls down, the box is an the same angle. Since the wieght is counter wieghted it stays str8 up and down. The arm on the wieght I think touches a contact on the top portion of the tip over box, causing the bike to shut off. This is what it looks like. I could be wrong. If bike ggoes down, check this first!! Hope I helped someone out!!
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Hm....good looking out. It could be my problem along with my battery. I'll check mine today.
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no problem man!
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i looped my bike when i riding riding a 12:00. i was at BP for prolly 1/8 mile. why didnt it shut off before i went over?
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i looped my bike when i riding riding a 12:00. i was at BP for prolly 1/8 mile. why didnt it shut off before i went over?
Probably because it's a horizontal-axis tilt sensor, not a vertical axis tilt sensor.
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[:Agree] I think your right. A vertical angle style sensor would also be subjective to acceleration/deceleration.

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post #8 of 10 (permalink) Old 03-18-2005, 12:39 AM
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no longer an issue in the 05, its automatic. unless you break it i guess.
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Yeah you tilt it left or right too much and it shuts off. I'm going to remove it if I can
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Why remove it? If the angle is extreme enough to trigger the tip sensor, your oil pump probably isn't picking up oil.
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