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Post Electrical Guru Needed Code 42~!
So can someone figure out how to bypass the wheel sensor code 42. I want to eliminate my cluster and rock a different front wheel. How are the BWS guys in taiwan able to rock a different wheel. No code 42 for asian models?


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Define "bypass" please. What is a wheel code 42? More info please. I may be able to help.
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mechanical wheel sensor from cluster. detects mechanical wheel sensor and lets ecu know your bike is actually running and not stationary.


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FrankStallone wrote:
mechanical wheel sensor from cluster. detects mechanical wheel sensor and lets ecu know your bike is actually running and not stationary.



Contact chris from raceconcept i believe he runs a zuma 125 with the same front tire on his BWS

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the one in the picture looks like it still has the mechanical speedo going to the wheel?
can't remember who's thread it was in but i think they just took apart their speedo and left everything hidden in the front panel. technically not really bypassing it though.


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We need better pics of that trick swingarm. Looks pretty cool from what i can see.

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We need better pics of that trick swingarm. Looks pretty cool from what i can see.


Looks like the pg one that Chris sells.


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Remove the odometer from the speedo and hide it behind the front panel. There are different front wheels that will work with the speedo as-is.

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that spoke front wheel setup is made for the z125 and still uses the speedo cable.

how to bypass code 42 i would have to ask around. i want to know also since i won't use the stock speedo and rock a GPS unit.

here are some pics of the PG swingarm kit. btw the black swingarm is the current one (version 2), has been revised.

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Chris,

how much is that PG Swingarm kit????


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Chris,

how much is that PG Swingarm kit????


viewtopic.php?f=58&t=14263

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This is not a swingarm promotion topic. Please keep posts on topic or they will be deleted.


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Jedi wrote:
This is not a swingarm promotion topic. Please keep posts on topic or they will be deleted.


i was never known to stay on topic but yah sure i will try to remember that next time i post. happy Hanukkah :cheers:

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Thanks.


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Jedi wrote:
This is not a swingarm promotion topic. Please keep posts on topic or they will be deleted.


You are not a moderator, let them decide what will be deleted.

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