This is a post I found on ZX-10r.net. I searched for something as clear as this, for a servo delete, on here and found nothing. This fix will work for 2004-2010 ZX-10R (more bikes below), according to the guys on the thread. I have no electrical experience...just putting this out there because it is good info. I included the original post, below, but please read the rest of the posts on ZX-10r.net, if you have any questions...here--> I Built My Own Servo Buddy For 9 Bucks. - Kawasaki ZX-10R.net
Link I posted on kawiforums for ZX-6R:
$9 servo delete w/ FI light fix
The bikes they say it will work on (same servo):
I Built My Own Servo Buddy For 9 Bucks.
As the title say's, I built my own servo buddy for 9 bucks.
UPDATE : This will work on the Gen 1, 2, & 3's. Don't know about the Gen 4 yet.
It has been said that this will work on the Gixxers too. But No proof of that as of yet.
I got a servo motor wire harness, purchased the pictured capacitor,
resistors, and epoxy. All for 9 bucks.
Just cut the wires off the servo motor.
1. I made up the capacitor / resistor circuit
Make sure the direction on the capacitor is correct / The arrows << on the Capacitor face the Black wire.
The resistors do not matter as far as the direction, they work either way.
Once you are sure about your circuit, solder it all together.
Then, mix up the epoxy in approx 1" W x 2" L x 1/2" D plastic tray,
it comes as part of the packaging of the epoxy.
Then submerse the servo buddy in the epoxy to where the top is covered.
This is for durability and insulation.
Once it has hardened and dried. Use a grinder or buffer to smooth
out any sharp edges or rough spots.
Next, wrap in electrical tape and plug it in.
I have installed this on my bike and
NO FI light after removing the servo motor.
I rode the bike for about an hour & 1/2 in all gears and throttle positions.
This actually works, and for 9 bucks.
Also, I gotta give PROPS to Racejunkie05
for showing me the circuit.