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Speed limiter! TAZ

It seems that afew guys have found thier beloved bikes have speed limiters! a EXTREMELY UNDER HANDED practice! Mine cuts in regardless of gear at approx. 200 ks. I was checking thru the old postings and found one from Klark Kent, 2003-02-25. It suggests fitting a 1.5 ohm resistor under the tank. Has anybody actually done this ? Does it work? I look forward to any input from my brother GS riders!

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  • adamwaite66 Apr 16, 2009

    So what are the specifics for "unlimiting" the GS 1200ss ? cheers, Adam

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Yes it does work..its about a 20c solution from Dick Smith. Shame on you for wanting to go that fast. Email me at yourbusted2@hotmail.com for the person´s details who has done this successfully. Im intending to buy one myself and will do the same. Im told a new can, mod air intake and speed restrictor out changes the bikes power quite effectively to start with.

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