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post #1 of 6 Old 04-23-2011, 03:58 AM Thread Starter
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gen 3 need to know if the is a tip sensor on these bike

i flipped my bike repairing it now it will not idle but if u hold the gas it willl run . is there a sensor that determisnes if a bike has been flipped?
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post #2 of 6 Old 04-23-2011, 04:04 AM
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i flipped my bike repairing it now it will not idle but if u hold the gas it willl run . is there a sensor that determisnes if a bike has been flipped?
First off ..Yes there is a tip sensor ...

Second: WTF .. Howd you "FLIP" Your bike ....

Your "Vehicle Down Sensor" should be in the tail section of the bike heres a link to help you

https://www.zx-10r.net/forum/showthread.php?t=72019

Should get your answer there
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Its not your tip over sensor because if it was your bike wouldn't start!

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any ideas on what it could be? the bike flipped end over end from about 60 due to the fast i hit a deer. motor revs up but as soon as u let off the gas it dies. mods are power comander v, full leo vince system, and filter. waiting on new gauge cluster so i dont know if im throwing any codes

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any ideas on what it could be? the bike flipped end over end from about 60 due to the fast i hit a deer. motor revs up but as soon as u let off the gas it dies. mods are power comander v, full leo vince system, and filter. waiting on new gauge cluster so i dont know if im throwing any codes
End over end huh ... Hmmmm ..Wont start .. Could be fouled plugs .. electrical issue .. has to be a sensor ...
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