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hellsrazor 06-02-2012 07:35 PM

ZX10R Exhaust Servo Eliminator "How To" D.I.Y. Gen 1, 2, & 3
 
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This is my FREE SHAREWARE on "How to build your own servo eliminator"
For a Gen 1, 2, 3, ZX10R ONLY...
I figured it was time to update my old thread to make it a little easier for peeps to understand
"How To Build It Themselves".

Read the entire 1st post, it contains all information needed to do this.

1st. I bought my Electronic parts at Radio Shack (Free Plug for them)
All pictured in the 1st Pic. Part #'s are on them.
**Note** In the 3rd pic the capacitor says 16volt,
but you can use the 35VDC instead. Radioshack is out of the 16volt.

2nd. You will need, A Soldering Iron, Solder, Electrical Tape, Epoxy.

3rd. Tools Needed : Needle nose pliers, Wire Strippers.

4th. Remove your Exhaust Servo Motor from your bike,
Cut the wires off of it as close to the motor as possible.

5th. Cut the GREY wire off the back of the one connector leaving the RED on.
On the 3 wire connector, leave ONLY the Black & Yellow wire on it.

6th. Assemble the Capacitor and Resistors as pictured in Pic # 4.

Make sure the arrows on the capacitor are pointing
at the black wire.
The resistors direction do not matter.
DO NOT DEVIATE from diagram.
I assume NO responsibility for any damage

7th. Solder the resistors to the capacitor to keep them secure.
Solder the circuit to the wires. Follow the diagram.

8th. Set the completed circuit in the Epoxy tray and pour Epoxy.
When Epoxy is set, remove and trim any sharp edges.

9th. Wrap Epoxied circuit with Electrical Tape.

10th. Install on your bike and you are done.


Now, If you cannot do this yourself.
I can and will build one for you, just PM or email me at
gen1zx10r@gmail.com
This has been verified to work all Gen 1's, 2's, & 3's.
Does not work on Gen 4 ZX10R's or ZX6R's.. Sorry
I do however, build ones for the Gen 4 ZX10R and ZX6R & Z1000, Z750

Don

GA10R 06-02-2012 09:00 PM

Great write up.
FYI, Amazon sells a 10pk of resistors for $0.98

-Op- 06-02-2012 09:06 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by GA10R (Post 1821602)
Great write up.
FYI, Amazon sells a 10pk of resistors for $0.98

just curious though, what does shipping cost on that?

GA10R 06-02-2012 09:22 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by -Op- (Post 1821605)
just curious though, what does shipping cost on that?

:dontknow: I went to check out and they won't ship these components overseas. Back to square one.

hellsrazor 06-02-2012 09:28 PM

Oh SNAP, I just realized your in Japan bro.

You need me to hook you up with some??

If your gonna do it yourself, I can send you the parts.

Or I can build a complete one for ya, let me know.

GA10R 06-02-2012 09:39 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by hellsrazor (Post 1821611)
Oh SNAP, I just realized your in Japan bro.

You need me to hook you up with some??

If your gonna do it yourself, I can send you the parts.

Or I can build a complete one for ya, let me know.

Hellsrazor I may end up pming you for parts. Nobody will ship resistors here...even though they're probably made here anyway.

hellsrazor 06-02-2012 09:52 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by GA10R (Post 1821615)
Hellsrazor I may end up pming you for parts. Nobody will ship resistors here...even though they're probably made here anyway.

Not a problem bro, let me know.

Also, I now have complete units to where you don't have to send me your harness and wait on a turn around time.

They are extra shipping to Japan.
Unless you are in the military and have an APO address,
and then it's like shipping inside the states.
If you aren't in the military, find a bud who is and ask him if you can ship to his APO address and save some $$$

Teeks 06-04-2012 12:25 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by GA10R (Post 1821615)
Hellsrazor I may end up pming you for parts. Nobody will ship resistors here...even though they're probably made here anyway.


I'm sorry, maybe its late or something, but I find that funny as hell :spit:

Hellrazor great write up, clear, and concise. Will be doing this project this week.

Thank you. :occasion1

hellsrazor 06-04-2012 01:14 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Teeks (Post 1822145)
I'm sorry, maybe its late or something, but I find that funny as hell :spit:

Hellrazor great write up, clear, and concise. Will be doing this project this week.

Thank you. :occasion1

Cool, post back up when you are done.
Glad it helped you bro.
I smile everytime someone doesn't have to pay $120 for an Ivans,
Or even $60 for the other one.

enrico vespa 06-04-2012 01:26 AM

What does this actually do? Pretend I don't have a clue, only because it's the truth. What does the servo do? I have a 3rd gen with a slip on.

My experience with modern bikes is with an 03 z1000 so I'm not familiar with servos. Thanks for not flaming my non-knowledge.


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