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Stg 7 springs are shorter than stock which allow the slide to open sooner.
I'm not sure on the actual lengths.
Part number for the left side emblem on 1985-2004 vmax
I'm pretty sure you'll have to come up with your own adhesive to stick...
O6 and 07 have the same with the red on the sides to go with the red flames on the tank. Other than that, that's the only differences I'm aware of.
Seems there are slight differences in the emblem over the years. Not sure what year...
Nice! What LED's did you use?
The last photo of the LED's lit up, is that before you put the resistor in? Seems pretty bright in that photo.
The vmax has a push/pull dual cable setup. If you roll the throttle forward does it close and slow down, or does the issue still persist?
Were the old LED?
If so, heck the "idiot" light on the dash to see if someone altered the circuit (installed diodes) to make it work right.
Looks like servo motor, and intake assembly is there. What about the controller under the left scoop? Is it there and plugged in?
Not sure where you are or what year bike you have but I guessed and attached a color wiring diagram.
The main fuse in the bottom right corner....
This file has the same info but there is a little wiring diagram @ the end for the switch.
If you buy a momentary DPDT switch, you can use it to open and close the Vboost as you'd like.
Unplug the power feed to your existing controller....
They are still available.
I've not heard of many people having issues with the stock NGK plugs.
I've been running the same set for a LONG time.
We keep the same...
No, I wouldn't remove it.
93332-00001-00 is the OEM part # for the upper bearing and race. There is no seal on it.
93332-00008-00 is the OEM part # for the lower bearing...
The proper/stock position of the washer is between the caliper bracket and the shoulder of the axle.
If you have an aftermarket wheel/tire combo...
Yes, put washer between splines on wheel and differential
Go here and read all the pinned threads. Detailed threads on everything you need to know about these carbs...
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