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post #1 of 8 Old 10-20-2017, 01:35 PM Thread Starter
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Hexagon pulley between battery and fuse box

I have 2012 zx 10r. My bike has noise on something like a box with hexagon pulley on it. It is located between battery and fuse boxes. I cannot identify what it is and thus get any information about boiling noise from it. Please let know what it is.
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Thats your exhaust butterfly servo, it does make noise normally, what is the noise exactly?

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It is like static or boiling kind of sound. It comes out when I turn on power switch. I think I did not here the noise before.
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Sounds about normal to me.
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sounds about normal to me.

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Yep completely normal, if you want it gone buy a servo buddy and all that will go away.
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1. Disconnect the cables running from the servo to the catalytic converter/exhaust flap box.
2. Remove the servo box and throw it away
3. Throw away the aforementioned cables
4. Flash the ECU to remove the servo fault warning light. This eliminates the need to buy a servo buddy.
5. Enjoy your weight savings and the absence of your "boiling noise".

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Thats the Flux Capacitor warming up, no worries mon!
Not sure if Hellzrazor's mod works on later models or not. Where is that dude anyway??
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