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Old 09-13-2010, 01:45 PM   #1
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Exclamation 06-07 GSXR 600 QUESTION...

May be a dumb question ive only taken my rear fairings off once or twice and never really noticed. that black circular piece on my sub frame is put in with two screws nothing seems connected to it and screws are self tap type. I took them off pretty sure that has no reason to be there, but wanna make sure. So any gsxr owners care to comfirm that does not originally go on there??

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that was from the horn of an alarm system
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and im hoping those main sub-subframe bolts haven't been missing for long.......
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Old 09-13-2010, 02:36 PM   #4
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and im hoping those main sub-subframe bolts haven't been missing for long.......
which ones bro im still new to taking it apart.
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dam nevermind bro i know what youre talking about now dam bike coulda fell apart on me......i owe ya one i do have those bolts. the thing is i wrecked today the rear fairings broke off and i moved the bike over and what not anyways before i took off from the crash site i noticed those two bolts on the ground. not being sure if they were off the bike or not i took them, didnt know what they were for glad i took them. much thanks bro
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That is where your SET valve motor should be.

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It has to do with the exhaust back-pressure, I believe.
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Old 09-13-2010, 03:32 PM   #7
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yep!! i took mind off( SET valve motor)! And cut the wires under the seat!! rides better then ever!!!
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koo appreciate the feedback guys feel better about removing it.
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Old 09-13-2010, 06:12 PM   #9
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That is where your SET valve motor should be.

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It has to do with the exhaust back-pressure, I believe.

But that is not the mount for the SET valve, it is a base from an old alarm horn. Take it off.

And another thing, the bolts for the sub subframe do not just fall out, the sub subframe must have broken to allow them to fall from the bike. I would suspect the subframe rails are bent if it was hard enough to break the sub subframe.
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But that is not the mount for the SET valve, it is a base from an old alarm horn. Take it off.

And another thing, the bolts for the sub subframe do not just fall out, the sub subframe must have broken to allow them to fall from the bike. I would suspect the subframe rails are bent if it was hard enough to break the sub subframe.
Judging by previous posts I would listen to this dude.
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But that is not the mount for the SET valve, it is a base from an old alarm horn. Take it off.

And another thing, the bolts for the sub subframe do not just fall out, the sub subframe must have broken to allow them to fall from the bike. I would suspect the subframe rails are bent if it was hard enough to break the sub subframe.
Kool yah it wasnt a hard impact just basically tipped over i put the subs bolts bak in and its tight as can be any ideas what happen there??
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i have seen people just "forget" to tighten important bolts like that, it wouldnt surprise me if they truly did just "fall" out
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Aks Racing is right, That is not the the mount for the set actuator. I have been through a few of these bikes and have never seen a mount like that. It was added by the previous owner. The factory doesn't use any self tapping screws on the back of those bikes.
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servo motor mount... took mine off also!. dont worry about it
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servo motor mount... took mine off also!. dont worry about it
If you removed an item like that in the picture... Congrats, you just removed the horn on your alarm system.

This is not the SET valve motor or it's mount.
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If you removed an item like that in the picture... Congrats, you just removed the horn on your alarm system.

This is not the SET valve motor or it's mount.
my alarm system????? im pretty sure i removed my set valve motor/ cables and all .....................
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my alarm system????? im pretty sure i removed my set valve motor/ cables and all .....................
the question was, what the eff is this black thing held on by two self-tapping screws. NOT what was originally here.
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and the answer was, its the base from an alarm system horn.
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the question was, what the eff is this black thing held on by two self-tapping screws. NOT what was originally here.
Ah... and here I thought I was being helpful. ...
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