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    gp1300r tilt sensor

    hey guys
    been doing some 180's of waves lately and when the nose drops away on rear of wave (vertical)
    the motor shuts down like ive pulled the lanyard
    starts straight away as soon as i land
    think it is the tilt sensor
    is there a way of setting its limits or even better disconnecting it
    cheers kev


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    There was a thread somewhere on that, it is basically a metal ring on a track that hits contacts on either side when upside down. You can zip tie both sides of the ring to keep it in place, silicone over the contacts, or cut the ring out entirely.

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    Yeah tried finding it but had no luck
    Does anyone know if the limits can be adjusted with the computer link cable that they use at dealerships
    Cos if it can ill just buy one
    Cheers

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    great info thanks guys tilt sensor is now disabled and lookout big 180s
    love this forum such a great ammout of knowledge at fingertips

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