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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 05-22-2018, 06:00 AM Thread Starter
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Throttle connector location

I want to clean and grease this over the weekend, but I just want to check which connector I'm supposed to be doing this to. There's one very near to the throttle, just underneath the handlebar. is this it?

Also, is the ECU connector easily accessible?

This is for the Stradale.
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...I just want to check which connector I'm supposed to be doing this to. There's one very near to the throttle, just underneath the handlebar. is this it?
Looks like this

Number 5 in the drawing (from Star Twin)

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Thanks, throttle looks easy enough!

I can't see the connector for the ECU in the diagram, which number? Looks like you can get to it by lifting the seat?

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I can't see the connector for the ECU in the diagram, which number? Looks like you can get to it by lifting the seat?

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At the bottom of the ECU
ECU is number 5 in the drawing.




On the Turislow V the ECU went back under the tank.
Never had to touch this connector.


Well protected from water and dirt.


No such protection for the sealed waterproof connectors in front of the bike: throttle, QS.


The dash connector has a tight rubber sleeve.


The temp sensor in front of the cylinderhead also has a preformed sleeve for protection.
When this sleeve is fitted the wrong way, like after hamhanded service, the exposed wire out of the misfitted sleeve rubs against the radiator honeycomb.

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