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Adjust servo cables?

Hey guys im new to this site and I have a quick question for my problem. My bike gets to about 6k rpms and then it hits what is almost like a rev limiter. It also feels like it has a lot less power. I changed the plugs that wasn't it.

I noticed the cables on my servo motor, one was just hanging there. I put it back onto the motor, but it is very loose it has like a huge loop, it isn't snug. I pulled on it and it made my problem worse now I feel it at about every rpm. So now i'm assuming that was my problem. I think I just need to tighten the cable up so its snug, or I might have to buy a new one. Any ideas? Thanks a bunch.
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Hey guys im new to this site and I have a quick question for my problem. My bike gets to about 6k rpms and then it hits what is almost like a rev limiter. It also feels like it has a lot less power. I changed the plugs that wasn't it.

I noticed the cables on my servo motor, one was just hanging there. I put it back onto the motor, but it is very loose it has like a huge loop, it isn't snug. I pulled on it and it made my problem worse now I feel it at about every rpm. So now i'm assuming that was my problem. I think I just need to tighten the cable up so its snug, or I might have to buy a new one. Any ideas? Thanks a bunch.
Get the manual and check how the servo cables are connected.

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Dont have one unfortunately
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Dont have one unfortunately


I wasn't born with manuals either :-)
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Re: Adjust servo cables?

I fixed the problem. The cables from the server to the exhaust valve only one was connected I believe. I just removed them and put the cover back on the valve. and I left the servo wire that goes to the airbox still connected. Runs fine too.
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Any flat spots?
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Re: Adjust servo cables?

Not that I can easily notice. It pulls how it used to in every gear. Wheelies amazing in first still. Im assuming I put the exhaust valve in the right "open" position when I put it back in? I'm not too sure in all honesty.
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