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Hi Guys

I need some advice on the switch assy on my 999, the screws are tight but i can still twist it around with little effort, my Daytona had a locating pin that would slot into a hole in the clipon to secure, does the 999 have the same system.

Also while on the subject my cold start cable is very tight and the revs pick up when i turn the bars RH down, i have had a look in the manual and the cable route looks correct but man the cable is like a guitar string on full lock, any ideas.

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You Brits talk in code... Luckily we can crack it.

RH turn rev= normal.spcilly w/ br-risrs.

Ur 9^3 has same system w/ locating pin yes.

Prblm solved?
 

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Hi lol

Thanks for the reply, i just pulled it and the plastic locater pin is broke and missing, at least that is solved, i have re-routed the cold start cable will see if its ok once i reassemble it, after having a good old cup of tea
 

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When you've cleaned up the crumbs from your crumpets, try this, get some thin wall clear vinyl hose from a hardware store and wrap the bar with that to clamp the assy on to the vinyl for grip.

Same problem here -
 

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Cut a piece of 600 grade wet/dry paper the width of the
plastic switch and the Dia of the handlebar= length.
Then wrap it round the bar and clamp the switch halves
so they have some thing to grip.

brian.
 
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