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post #2931 of 6119 Old 12-02-12, 17:24
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Ya Tronix I agree its the cam chain as well, thanks for replying first. wtf
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I think its the cam chain tensioner! Wonder why Tronix never offered an opinion
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Lol awesome. Well I guess I know what I will be ordering in the near future...again haha.

On another note...I'm putting my bike back together and I seem to have found a connector without a mate? Am I going crazy or did I lose a connection somewhere? Is there supposed to be a connector under the tank not connected to something?

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Ah nevermind! This plug is for the ignition/kill switch...found the other connection tucked away behind some wires and the frame.
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Awesome...bike's not starting now. I'm not having much luck with this bike.
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Sounds like you got some Tronix Gremlins. I send them to people who don't thank me for posting a responce. Let the hate flow through you little gremlins, after tinkering, go visit neanderthall and chew on his rear tire.

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.... go visit neanderthall and chew on his rear tire.
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False alarm. The tip-over sensor on top of the airbox wasn't pointing upward since I didn't have the bike put all back together before trying to start the bike. All is well now.
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Yeah - but I have '10 D675 forks, not sure they are the same length as the R tubes. If I remember correctly, I think I have 5mm of gold tube above the clamps. Pretty satisfied with that setting for now.
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Thank you!

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For swapping out the R forks, I'd start at 4mm of black tube showing above the clamp surface. 4mm is the factory position. 1mm up or down on this can make a noticeable difference.
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