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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 11-11-2019, 04:29 PM Thread Starter
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Hello and help

hi,
Newbie who has had the dragster 800 rr now for 3months or so. Great fun to ride. In Melbourne Australia and have been on a few longer runs ( Grampians and GOR ) so not so thrilled with how often i need to visit a Servo.
Anyway my issue is the Dash LEAN ANGLE fault is coming on so can anyone help me to locate where this sensor is on the bike so i can start to check connections etc

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Looking at the picture, it will help if you don't park your bike upside down......
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Looking at the picture, it will help if you don't park your bike upside down......

Well, he is from Australia

They don't call that place 'down under' for no reason
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Well, he is from Australia

They don't call that place 'down under' for no reason

Bravo beat me to such a comment...

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Except i'm also from down under - so it should be the right way around for me!

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After reading the workshop manual i am still not clear on whether the tilt sensor located under the seat is the cause of the "Lean Angle" fault coming up on the dash
Also the Electrical diagram has 46 listed as "Lean angle sensor" for the Dragster

Is the "Lean angle sensor" the tilt sensor ?

From workshop manual
TILT SENSOR
The fall sensor (1) acts on the engine control unit, interrupting power when a vehicle tilt of more than 60°± 10°
for more than 3 seconds.

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Except i'm also from down under - so it should be the right way around for me!

Good point.....well presented
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