Join Date: Feb 2017
Location: Lincoln, NE USA
Also, make sure the cables that control the exhaust valve are adjusted correctly. It is outlined in the workshop manual section for frame... exhaust valve transmissions and adjustment.
You don't want the servo to be operating with improper adjustment. If it is not adjusted correctly it will be continuously be trying to reach an angle it can't achieve. That puts strain and heat on the electric motor inside.
This part is tricky since basically no one has the software to set the endpoints but you can make it mechanically correct.
Having this issue yet again. I thought I had it figured out but recently experienced loss in power in first gear. Took a look at it yesterday and couldn’t figure it out. Issues with the pics in the service manual versus the pics posted here. There are two marks on the servo casing. In the service manual it looks like the mark they say to line up with before adjustment is left of center of you’re looking at it with the connection pointed straight up. You’re pics look like it’s lines up with the arrow or marking right of center instead. I tried both ways, sprayed inside with the electrical cleaner as well as shot some PB Blaster on the valve. Had plenty of power in first gear but as soon as I kicked it into second it would die. Not sure if I screwed something else up. The bike still shows it’s in neutral even when I kick it down into first. Wondering if I created an issue with the TPS. Once again any and all help is greatly appreciated.
2013 MV Agusta F3 675 EAS