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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 05-31-2009, 05:54 PM Thread Starter
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bank angle sensor location

hey guys,

i've read all the treads on where to place the sensor, and i came up with this....

http://s377.photobucket.com/albums/o...ngle%20sensor/

....wondering if you think it will be ok with positioning and what not. its perpendicular to the horizontal plane, and wont move, i just dont want the bike to cut out mid turn on saturday.

thanks for the help
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Thats better than where I have mine, I have mine to the right on the fiaring stay and its tilted a little! yours is in a perfect location!


hey I want a WRTIE UP ON THOSE FAIRINGS AND PICTURES!!!!! i have been waiting for eever!


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That looks like it's mounted where there are 2 bosses on the fairing bracket which are exactly the right spacing for the BAS just with no holes actually drilled.

Dunno why Honda did that, guess either to help racers or they changed their mind where it was going to go after they'd already tooled up for the fairing bracket with the mounting lugs.

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Thats better than where I have mine, I have mine to the right on the fiaring stay and its tilted a little! yours is in a perfect location!


hey I want a WRTIE UP ON THOSE FAIRINGS AND PICTURES!!!!! i have been waiting for eever!
LOL same here, wish i would've seen this an hour earlier.
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