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post #1 of 16 Old 01-30-17, 16:16 Thread Starter
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FS: Alternator Rotor, ABS Sensor

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Alternator rotor with approx 2200 miles SOLD
Front ABS sensor for D675R $40

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I'll take the rear captive spacers please - sending you a PM.

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OEM cam chain tensioner with approx 2200 miles, fits 09+ D675, 11+ ST $30
Does this mean my 2010 ST-R has the older spring-only tensioner? (It's plain metallic color from the outside.)
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Does this mean my 2010 ST-R has the older spring-only tensioner? (It's plain metallic color from the outside.)
The hydraulic CCT was a mid-year change for the ST in 2010 or 2011, so yeah, you probably have a spring tensioner. It's easy to tell by the shape of the base; the petal without the bolt hole on the top of mine in the picture doesn't exist on the older ones.
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The hydraulic CCT was a mid-year change for the ST in 2010 or 2011, so yeah, you probably have a spring tensioner. It's easy to tell by the shape of the base; the petal without the bolt hole on the top of mine in the picture doesn't exist on the older ones.
Do you know if they are interchangeable?
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Do you know if they are interchangeable?
They are not. The hydraulic unit is fed through an oil gallery that your bike doesn't have.
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With the manual idle adjuster you'll have to unplug the stock idle stepper motor. Does removing the ISM throw a code or light? Just curious. Have you used the manual adjuster on your bike? If so, what are your thoughts?
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With the manual idle adjuster you'll have to unplug the stock idle stepper motor. Does removing the ISM throw a code or light? Just curious. Have you used the manual adjuster on your bike? If so, what are your thoughts?
I have one on my 2015 with a race harness and the ISM removed and no, it doesn't throw a CEL. On an 06-12 model, you might be able to disable the ISM with TuneECU but I can't remember. If you have a 13+ bike with stock harness, you should be able to leave the ISM plugged in to avoid a CEL.

@Bamboo671 you have a stock harness, right? No error codes on the dash when you installed your manual adjuster?

I find the manual adjuster very useful. I can have the bike warm up a bit faster in the mornings by setting idle at 2k RPM. It's also a form of poor man's engine braking management by raising or decreasing idle speed.
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I have one on my 2015 with a race harness and the ISM removed and no, it doesn't throw a CEL. On an 06-12 model, you might be able to disable the ISM with TuneECU but I can't remember. If you have a 13+ bike with stock harness, you should be able to leave the ISM plugged in to avoid a CEL.

@Bamboo671 you have a stock harness, right? No error codes on the dash when you installed your manual adjuster?

I find the manual adjuster very useful. I can have the bike warm up a bit faster in the mornings by setting idle at 2k RPM. It's also a form of poor man's engine braking management by raising or decreasing idle speed.
Yeah bike is a 2013 Street Triple R. As soon as @Bamboo671 chimes in, I may snag that part. Thanks!
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