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Clicking/ticking sound under 09 passenger seat

I picked up an '09 600RR with 3600 miles, a two brothers slip on, and front flush mounts the other day. I got her home and turned the key to the on position with out actually cranking the bike and I noticed a consistnet ticking or clicking sound coming from either under the passenger seat or riders seat. Any one know what it could be and what I need to do to fix it? The bike turns on and runs fine but the sound is just weird. Thanks in advance!
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pull rider seat and listen (in same condition) for relay cycling.

replace relay.....?

should just hear fuel pump prime....about 2 secs then quiet.
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pull rider seat and listen (in same condition) for relay cycling.

replace relay.....?

should just hear fuel pump prime....about 2 secs then quiet.
Ok finally had some time to fiddle with her so I pulled the seat and I have pinpointed the origin of the sounds. It's the black thing that says Honda >PP< between the blue connector and the first row of fuses held down by the big silver bolt. What is it and what do I need to do? It goes through the fuel priming just fine.
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Sorry for not helping. But I bought an 09 with 3100 miles with a two brothers slip on and front flush mounts too.

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It's your exhaust servo.
Never heard of it making noise, but I would not be concerned with it unless your gauge panel is showing a code (flashing FI light.)

If the bike is running normally don't sweat it.

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It's your exhaust servo.
Never heard of it making noise, but I would not be concerned with it unless your gauge panel is showing a code (flashing FI light.)

If the bike is running normally don't sweat it.

I would prefer the noise to stop if possible. Does any one know any remedies? Can it be disconnected or taken off completely?
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I would prefer the noise to stop if possible. Does any one know any remedies? Can it be disconnected or taken off completely?
You can bypass it or take it off if that is whats making the noise.
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You can bypass it or take it off if that is whats making the noise.
It is indeed what's making the noise. I would greatly appreciate it if you could direct me to a tutorial to bypass or take it off for some one that has never done it before. Will it throw codes once it's done.
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Yes will throw codes but can be fixed.
I suggest you buy a new servo motor saw on ebay for 13 bucks.
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Sweet. So just swap them out and bam the noise is fixed? This doesn't have anything to do with the aftermarket slip on?
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Sweet. So just swap them out and bam the noise is fixed? This doesn't have anything to do with the aftermarket slip on?
Hopefully...Its worth a shot rather than spending money on bypassing and fixing the FI light.
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The ticking is normal it goes through self diagnosis w/ key on, but it is possible yours is bad but I also read people use a zip tie around the stop to quiet the noise. A simple search got me this info...
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