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The one for my 03 was under the battery tray mounted to the subframe around the shock area. I just uncliped mine, opened it up, took the weight out and snapped it back together.
 

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That sensor will keep your motor from destroying itself in a crash when the bike lands on it side and you are knocked out.

I have yet to have a tip over sensor problem. Most race orgs require them.
 

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Thanks for the comment Ernie, I had heard of stories about them kicking in during a turn and causing crashes. I will leave it until I see a reason to turn it off.
 

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The AFM requires them and I have not heard of a single incident. I heard of a few with the early GSXR 1000s.
 

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Hi Rob,

I was supposed to be there, but cancelled because my Aprilia has a cracked swingarm (there is a recall in progress already in Europe).

Thanks to your generosity in letting me try your bike on the track, I just bought an '05 636 and I am converting it to a trackbike.

I will give you a call Sunday.

I am set for 5-6 days w/ [email protected] in April including Laguna Seca on 4-3.
 

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I'll be at the Laguna event, and both Sears Point events with my SV and my 636. Just got new bodywork and got it painted, kinda neat to have a clean bike. New Leathers and a new helmet. I'm gonna be Mr Clean for awhie :)
 
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