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Thank you for all the support guys, very much appreciated. As it appears the IMU that is attached to the panel dangling off the bike is the issue .

As i was doing work on the bike, i just let the panel hang off the side.. and it probably thought the bike had fallen over. Hence the cut out every 3 seconds after the engine starts.

i put it all together and it doesnt cut out any longer, but for some strange reason the carbon panel only has one mounting hole for the IMU but the IMU has two holes.. so the one screw goes lose and over time... the IMU moves due to vibrations thus..cutting the bike out more and more freqeuntly. Is there anywhere else i can mount the IMU otherthan inside of that panel?

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Thank you for all the support guys, very much appreciated. As it appears the IMU that is attached to the panel dangling off the bike is the issue .

As i was doing work on the bike, i just let the panel hang off the side.. and it probably thought the bike had fallen over. Hence the cut out every 3 seconds after the engine starts.

i put it all together and it doesnt cut out any longer, but for some strange reason the carbon panel only has one mounting hole for the IMU but the IMU has two holes.. so the one screw goes lose and over time... the IMU moves due to vibrations thus..cutting the bike out more and more freqeuntly. Is there anywhere else i can mount the IMU otherthan inside of that panel?

cheers!
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Thank you for all the support guys, very much appreciated. As it appears the IMU that is attached to the panel dangling off the bike is the issue .

As i was doing work on the bike, i just let the panel hang off the side.. and it probably thought the bike had fallen over. Hence the cut out every 3 seconds after the engine starts.

i put it all together and it doesnt cut out any longer, but for some strange reason the carbon panel only has one mounting hole for the IMU but the IMU has two holes.. so the one screw goes lose and over time... the IMU moves due to vibrations thus..cutting the bike out more and more freqeuntly. Is there anywhere else i can mount the IMU otherthan inside of that panel?

cheers!
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