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post #1 of 49 (permalink) Old 11-15-2019, 01:42 PM Thread Starter
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Bipass Bank angle sensor.

In order to remove the Bank Angle Sensor one post says that you need to connect the red/white and White wires. While another post says you need to connect each wire separately through a 150 ohm resistor. Does any one know which post is correct? 2013 GW 1800b
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post #2 of 49 (permalink) Old 11-15-2019, 02:10 PM
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Looks like the red/white wire is providing the ground for the FI/ign relay thru the bank angle sensor. With out that relay being energized the engine wont start.


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Just curious why would one disable the bank sensor?

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Just curious why would one disable the bank sensor?
To lean lower in the turns ?

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To lean farther in the turns ?

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That would not make sense as centrifugal force will keep the Bank angle sensor in the mid position no matter what speed. However the reason I was asking was in regard to trikes which don't lean so the BAS would be affected and could possibly trigger.
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That would not make sense as centrifugal force will keep the Bank angle sensor in the mid position no matter what speed. However the reason I was asking was in regard to trikes which don't lean so the BAS would be affected and could possibly trigger.
Perhaps ! Maybe the TARD ( Trike Angle Resistance Determinant ) is interfereing with the BAS. Ergo, get rid of the BASTARD.

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Would like to know what the concern is and on what year Wing. And if it is triked or not.

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He is trying to use the engine for a non-bike application.
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He is trying to use the engine for a non-bike application.
That's right. He had another thread going on that. Blame it on the memory. I apologise for any non- relevant posts.

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