removing the cables disables the set valve. You can pull the servo if you choose. Pulling/cutting the wire disables the fi light that will come on when you remove the set valve.
Skyhighsami said:It isn't that hard to do. I did mine in less than 30 mins and that was removing the motor and pulling the wire. Not that big of a deal
not true at all....there are tons of people on this site who like myself have tons of mechanical expirence...it has nothing to do with removing parts it's all about recognition of what your doing, and if you look thru the thread the only thing agreed upon is pulling the #30 wire....had even two people agreed on what color it was.....nope, and even more argued what effect if any it had on the bike, so if a someone who has never touched their bike wants to do something to their bike that's that "simple" they wouldn't find much concrete evidence in here on what exactly to do and how to do it. I didn't find it hard ,only a pita because of all the little crap you had to remove, which more thorough directions will help noobs.....everyone has to work on something sometime.Skyhighsami said:If you can't do it in less than an hour you shouldn't go near your bike with any tools other than the key. If you have the whole bike apart to install an exhaust system you can do it in alot less time. If you have problem with the site then don't make stupid ass post. I looked at the same info you did and managed to get it done. If you can't read and pull the right wire should you be driving a 1000? I think not