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  1. Yeah, I was just going to do an edit to clarify...

    Yeah, I was just going to do an edit to clarify that. But, the rider still maintains control at all times and can continue steering, which you want to do. ABS is not intended to stop you in a...
  2. With all of these issues in Australia, I wonder...

    With all of these issues in Australia, I wonder if the Nanny thinks that the Spyder is upside down.

    Kidding.

    On a more serious note, askitee, the VSS system in no way, shape, or form, can take...
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    After everything is completed I give the HCM and...

    After everything is completed I give the HCM and bottom frame area a light, strategically aimed spray of engine degreaser, like Gunk, etc. Keeping it off electrical stuff. Then a good rinse. Never...
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    If the piston still has room to retract and it's...

    If the piston still has room to retract and it's not flush with the caliper yet, the parking brake mechanism is the first thing that comes to mind. You're working on an RS? Pull off the lever and...
  5. Hey cobwebs. The Yaw Rate Sensor is the primary...

    Hey cobwebs. The Yaw Rate Sensor is the primary sensor input to the nanny regarding turns and rate of change of velocity and attitude. Since your machine is at the dealers now, ask him to do a reset...
  6. Hey Aggie. So you have a pre-owned 2012 RT....

    Hey Aggie. So you have a pre-owned 2012 RT. Congrats, that was the best of the V-Twin RTs. However, they all had a few glitches in common - in your case they all suffered from high underbody...
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    Seems like the brake and motor are working...

    Seems like the brake and motor are working correctly. Knowing the year of your RT helps, but I think they all work the same. +1 on the micro-switch. Might just need to lube the little arm and...
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    Hey there. What Billy told you is correct. The...

    Hey there. What Billy told you is correct. The Corbin seat didn’t come with that sensor from Corbin. It was taken from the original RT seat and placed into the Corbin. That sensor is your original...
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    No, it's just a suggestion in case you're on the...

    No, it's just a suggestion in case you're on the road. A gas station compressor may have a built in gauge in the nozzle, or that you can dial in the desired pressure, so that you can inflate the air...
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    Yes. If you need to shift the transmission, but...

    Yes. If you need to shift the transmission, but can't or don't want to start the engine, the back of the shifter arm has flats on it that fit a 13mm wrench. Use the wrench to move the arm one...
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    So, Cavman...What about the fan? Is it working?...

    So, Cavman...What about the fan? Is it working? You haven't mentioned anything about that. The bike didn't overheat the first time until you slowed down and pulled into the garage.

    And by the way...
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    Programming keys - You can review Bob's video. ...

    Programming keys - You can review Bob's video.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a8xbXEE_ky4

    The process of programming the new key would have caused your original key that wasn't washed, to be...
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    Iíll have to check, or maybe Billy remembers,...

    Iíll have to check, or maybe Billy remembers, too. I seem to remember programming just one key is exactly what would cause that. Somebody will get back on that.
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    Remember that the charging system on the 998...

    Remember that the charging system on the 998 engine is pretty feeble. You've got lights, power steering, etc, all drawing energy from the battery. There's a good probability that the errands you ran...
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    On the 2012, Raknid, the rear accessory outlet is...

    On the 2012, Raknid, the rear accessory outlet is live all the time. You don't have to swap any fuses around. It's supplied by 10a fuse F9. You can use it for a battery tender / maintainer, but any...
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    998cc: There's no secret or another way. If you want to...

    There's no secret or another way. If you want to replace the air filter yourself, you'll have to release that lower clip. Pop it off with a screwdriver. Give it a hard squeeze in the center of the...
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    998cc: You may in fact want to flush the brake system,...

    You may in fact want to flush the brake system, but rest assured, that has nothing to do with your DPS error, if that's what you meant by that. All correct advice above. And if your machine still has...
  18. Sorry Sarge. Not really seeing any sprocket...

    Sorry Sarge. Not really seeing any sprocket wobble at all. Now, that little out of round look of the bolt flange? Yeah. I would expect that. Just the way the bolt is made, I believe, not being a...
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    Yeah. I looked it up a few years ago when I got...

    Yeah. I looked it up a few years ago when I got my flag holder. Thereís flag etiquette for everything I guess. Itís also sometimes referred to as ďparade rightĒ. This site just happens to have a...
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    Excellent. Go show your colors. Just an FYI - If...

    Excellent. Go show your colors. Just an FYI - If flying the US flag with another different flag, the US flag goes on the right.
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    Well, that’s a good question. ^^^. And Baron,...

    Well, that’s a good question. ^^^.

    And Baron, the plastic washers go IN the holes in the body panel below the bracket. The bracket lays flush on the body panel. You will then have clearance with...
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    Hey JT. Looking up Ron’s original notes - with...

    Hey JT. Looking up Ron’s original notes - with wheel ON the ground, the range was 130 - 160lbs with the Krikit. With wheel elevated, the range was 67 - 135lbs. So, 100lbs would be middle of the...
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    Well, now that you’re looking for 15” tires, it...

    Well, now that you’re looking for 15” tires, it changes the landscape quite a bit. More choices.
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    Your bio says you have a 2015 RT Ltd. Unless...

    Your bio says you have a 2015 RT Ltd. Unless youíre asking about a different machine, your fronts are supposed to be 15Ē.
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    Hey Jim. Yeah, an iPad does that. You’re using...

    Hey Jim. Yeah, an iPad does that. You’re using Safari, right? Instead of just tapping on the manual’s link, press and hold your finger on it. Wait a second or so, and a new pop up menu will appear on...
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    When cycling through the screens with the Mode...

    When cycling through the screens with the Mode Button, if it skips right over the radio screen, it either isn't installed or Fuse F6 is blown. Front fuse panel. Remove it to test it, don't just look...
  27. HowTo: Well, if you haven't left yet, the quick and...

    Well, if you haven't left yet, the quick and dirty way to disable the system:

    First, pull off the right side panels to get access to the solenoid vent valve, what I believe you are calling the...
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    Hey Atch. Appears that you could use an owners...

    Hey Atch. Appears that you could use an owners manual - what BRP calls an Operator’s Guide. Everything you needed to know was in there. That’s different from a service manual and is a free download...
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    Never mind. Deleted.

    Never mind. Deleted.
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    Well, the earlier year RT's were not relayed. Not...

    Well, the earlier year RT's were not relayed. Not sure if they changed that design for the newer years. Some folks that have added after market horns have added a relay, and some haven't. The horn...
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