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    2004 rxp vts and metal washers

    Hello, 2 questions, my rxp has lost its vts, whats my best solution to this. also, what is involved with changing out the washers in the supercharger?


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    1. Check your fuses... also pop off the VTS cover to make sure the box isn't full of water!

    2. Send your SC to Jerry for a rebuild... or better yet get a new complete X charger!

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    Id love to get a whole new x-charger... But the washers will do for now, 2 more questions, whats the best way to get to the vts/fuses, and whats the best way to remove the supercharger?

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    All your fuses are located in the front of the ski on the MPEM module... check your manual for fuse definition. You can pop off the VTS cover by hand... it has just 3 plastic tabs that keep it on the housing.

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    thanks alot, the thing is that the vts seems to be hidden behind the exhaust. whats the best way to get to it? I have popped off the cover on previous gsxl's and they are a tough one to get back on. any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks for the supercharger input!

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    Pull off your seat cowling (5 bolts) and its very easy to access... only a flexible rubber hose in front of it If you have trouble getting the cover back on... make sure the rubber gasket is on the housing NOT in the cover. A little white lithium grease on the gasket always helps too!

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    On the dash, the bar for the trim indication is not even there?? Im going out to the garage now to check everything out

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    Quote Originally Posted by 20rxp04 View Post
    On the dash, the bar for the trim indication is not even there?? Im going out to the garage now to check everything out
    All RXP's have VTS

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    The VTS function may need to be turned back on with BUDS. Happens sometimes.

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