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Free up space to place a power commander or something else of use...why leave something there that is doing absolutely nothing?

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Free up space to place a power commander or something else of use...why leave something there that is doing absolutely nothing?
So the FI light doesnt come on? Just wondering, Thanks
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The FI light will come on if u remove the servo motor without a servo buddy...They sell them for like 50 bucks which is a total rip off considering the very minimal components used...hence I've been attempting to make one for our bikes.

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The FI light will come on if u remove the servo motor without a servo buddy...They sell them for like 50 bucks which is a total rip off considering the very minimal components used...hence I've been attempting to make one for our bikes.
WE chaos WE!!!!! im still working it from my end too bro. as is the originator of it, hellraiser...not to steal your thunder...
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WE chaos WE!!!!! im still working it from my end too bro. as is the originator of it, hellraiser...not to steal your thunder...
lol by i, i meant we, indirectly of course

And i gave hellraiser his credit in the OP...I've tried contacting him but never get a response, so as far as im concerned it's up to us now!

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FIXED IT!!!!!! works too!!! will post shortly with pics.
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FIXED IT!!!!!! works too!!! will post shortly with pics.
whoa lol...wish i wasnt working today!

What'd you use to discharge the cap? AHH IM ANXIOUS!

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ok so i revised schematic. i added a 330ohm 1/4w 5% tolerance resistor from the pos side to the neg side of the cap to discharge the held power. keep in mind the white and grey wires are NOT tied into anything. i soldered them to blank spots on the board.

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trimmed the perf board compaired to a dime


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amazing. looks great! I'll give this a shot as well. See what a little collaboration can do?

i wish i could edit my first post...maybe i should make a new thread? Great work tho, maybe we can get together and sell kits to members whom aren't so technically savvy...just have em pay cost?

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Quick update...I also added the resistor, and seems like its working great! Just curious, what was your reading when you ohmed across the circuit.

Here's what mine looks like:
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i didnt check that. wut do u have? i did notice that when i checked for voltage across it, the voltage drained instantly so there was no voltage to read of. as for ohms, i have no idea. i didnt care since it worked.

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freaking awesome, you should have a mod clear this up and make it a sticky or just make a new thread, great job guys!
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just got me an idea.... time to make a throttle buddy.

for those that dont know,
a throttle buddy removes the sub throttle sensor, motor, shaft, and plates. this increases the airflow to the engine and adds performance. with a tune its even better. less weight, more air, more power.

whos in?!?
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^^ sounds awesome, never heard of one before.
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its made by the same people that make the servo buddy that sells for $60. the throttle buddy sells for $89.
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