Thank you all for having me. Proud new owner of a 2007 VMax. 19XXX miles as of the typing of this post. All stock by whats known except for a couple cosmetic items. I am the second owner of the bike. I am from Albuquerque, New Mexico. Also known as the Land of Enchantment. While this is my first VMax, by no means is it my first bike. Been pretty dedicated to the Yamaha label for over 20 years with a previous Yamaha hitting 100,000 miles and earning a BunBurner 1500 from the Iron Butt Association. My question is about the VBoost Servo. The bike was sold to me cause the VBoost did not engage. I checked the basics of connections and corrosion but being from the American Southwest, corrosion was a highly unlikely culprit. I was right. Connections were clean and tight. Has good power and ground going to the controller. So....presumably, the controller is toast. Now....Based on the wire schematic, the 5 wire round connector is labelled as 2 wires for the servo motor and 3 wires for an internal potentiometer. Now....I do not plan on modifying the engine, jetting carburetors or leaving the VBoost wide open, I do have an idea. Has anyone tied in a dual momentary (on off on) switch for the servo? Something like a power window switch for a vehicle? That way VBoost can be activated electrically. I have used your search function and have found people using manual setups, finding lucky controllers and whatnot. But nothing on using a dual momentary switch. The reason I am entertaining this idea is I am not really of fan of carbs and carbs are the enemy of engines when it comes to overfueling. Having the VBoost always on(in my mind) will flood the engine at low RPMs such as waiting at lights or driving in slow traffic. I would like a way to cut the VBoost on and off and have it mostly selectable with infinite steps of the servo. Has anyone done something like this and where did they source a switch and make a relatively clean install? Thanks for helping and if no one has done this....I will take photos for this site to show what I have done to achieve what I hoping to do for a failed VBoost.