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|08-04-2012, 09:09 AM||#1|
too slow too furious
Join Date: Jun 2011
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05 gsxr600 20th anniversary edition
05 gsxr 600 STVA
Well my STVA finally died on me, It had been acting up for some time now and would work some days and others it would FI on me. Long story short I either need a new STVA or if somebody who knows how to fix the motor could possibly try and fix this for me. Any help is appreciated
Suzuki is a bunch of for using such a low quality actuator motor.
Thnx guys ^_^
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|08-06-2012, 12:18 PM||#2|
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Its 4 solder joints on the motor's PCB. Search around on the interwebs, and you can probably turn up instructions.
The jist of the instructions are basically to drill out the rivets holding the plastic cover on, resolder the 4 joints, and find tiny screws to replace the rivets you drilled out.
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