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post #1 of 18 Old 03-15-2006, 10:32 PM Thread Starter
 
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05 ZX10r anti-wheelie sensor?

I just got an 05 10r, with a Yosh slip on....anything under 4grand the bike is dead....someone told me the bike has a wheelie sensor..is that true? can u remove it without creating any other problems....
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Wheelie sensor?!?
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TRE perhaps?
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You're problem lies in the Yoshi slip on, not with any imagined mono sensor.

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i just moved over to the 05 zx10 from a Gsxr K5. The low rpms on the zx10 really sucks in comparison...K5 had a Yosh slip on as well no other mods...what gives?
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First. . . Welcome. . second no there is no "wheelie sensor" Below 4000 rpm the bike doesn't make alot of power, open the throttle more theres alot left.



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TRE perhaps?

Thats what I think they might mean too. The bike retards the timing below a certain RPM so you don't end up on your ass when you twist the throttle. I have never heard of it called a wheelie sensor but.... You can buy a part for pretty cheap that eliminates it and gives you the horse power you paid for.

Do a search and look here:http://ivansperformanceproducts.com/tre.htm

That should smooth it out some

Well, I started out with nothing and I still have most of it...
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buy a shorter first gear from schnitz it you want power off the line.

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