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The speed sensor on the countershaft goes directly to the cluster and as far as I know, the data only goes from the ECM to the cluster. (The bike will run fine without the cluster) Otherwise, the ECM does not have this data.
What about the O2 sensor being deleted?
It has that servo buddy?
I dunno I’m grasping here. I’ll be back to the bike soon and try a few things.
the lack of codes makes it interesting. Might try b dump the gas too. It was the gas from the PO and I have no idea how old it is.
 

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"but she only stays running with the throttle held…. "

Doesn't this mean it runs fine with the throttle held open?
 
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"but she only stays running with the throttle held…. "

Doesn't this mean it runs fine with the throttle held open?
It’s a little lumpy…
Doesn’t have that smooth running that I’m used to, little black smoke from the exhaust too.
Maybe I’ll post a video up.
I appreciate the assistance.
 

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Try remapping the PC5. There have been cases of the map getting corrupted. You can download base files from their website.
 
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How does this Headlight plug and harness run?
I can’t tell in the service manual. It makes it look like this is correct and it was just all bunched up by the PO.
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Look farther back in the manual. I think it is the "service data" section. There are diagrams of just how the wires and hoses are run.
 
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Look farther back in the manual. I think it is the "service data" section. There are diagrams of just how the wires and hoses are run.
Got this leak behind the sprocket area.
looks like it’s coming out in that crack area.
the clutch pushrod seal is not leaking. Is this the transmission seal?

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09283-42018


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looks like these might be the most likely culprit but bandit is out. Any trustworthy sellers out there?
 

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Sorry, can't tell anything from your picture.

However, the o-ring on the water pump housing is the more common cause of oil leaks in that area.

You need to clean the area really well, run and check for leaks. Repeat as needed. Also, some talc or baby powder will help the leak show up quicker if it is minor.
 
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