Question about Suzuki GSX 1300 R Hayabusa Motorcycles
I think the boost control system problem is not the sensor, it's one of the relays or air solenoids that activates.
Boost control is achieved using a gear position reader which interfaces to a relay board.
The relay board actuates air solenoid valves whose exhaust is limited by adjustable needle valves known as mufflers. Boost for gears 1,2 is adjusted by a threaded arm on the wastegate actuator. Boost for all other gears is adjusted by actuating the air valves and adjusting the needle valve on the mufflers to achieve the desired boost level for that particular gear(s). Solenoid valves bleed off air going to the wastegate thereby increasing the boost seen at the airbox as more pressure is required to open the waste gate. Air valves are used for gears 3,4,5 and 6. The overall boost control system allows any amount of boost to be available in any gear.
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Posted on Sep 24, 2009
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