My bike tried to melt the rear abs sensor. Once you get a new one. You can use this heat sleeve to protect it. It’s nice because it wide enough to go over the shrink down to a tight fit.
Well I think it’s quite obvious why we started melting now I was thinking of switching my o2 sensors for wideband ones when I got a proper dyno tune done. Guess the bike is getting impatient. View attachment 5612
Yep, gone forever it looks like. Annoyed I didn’t have a closer look before I left like I did over all the other critical fasteners.
Funny how a half hour job quickly becomes 3 or 4 hours on these Italians. I thought I may as well take the engine covers off since I was already loosening the subframe to access what I needed. Nothing wanted to cooperate with me but got there finally and now I know exactly what to order. It was actually the lead down to the phonic sensor and believe it or not the brake light switch is undamaged.
As well as that lead I’ll get some bolts. Maybe even splash out and give it some ti treatment to replace these 2 monstrosities sticking out.
I’d love to upgrade the electronic holders and some of the other plastic bits with carbon when I put it all back together but just don’t have the $’s currently. Maybe if I hadn’t just spent way too much on a bicycle to stop myself getting fat
@HKMP7 would have been quite nice on a cold day, who says you can’t have climate control a/c on a bike
I got a shock when I looked for a new oem replacement - at least 300 of my dolla. eBay to the rescue again, $95 off a wrecked supersport.