I think we have been all over this before--maybe go back and reread it
I took that post to be directed at me, as a mod I try not to take things personally and need to keep a open mind, since much of the changes and modifications and moderating falls under the mods , I sometimes don't get the opportunity to read every new thread,that happened to be the case of the new thread,I did a search and found the thread Sprockets/Re-gearing Causes Engine Fault Light
explaining everything . Somehow I ended up with my post as a thread starter, deleting my post would delete the whole new thread, so I copied the following posts to the old thread and changed the Title to reflect on the changes,just so no one else gets offended by repeating something,that has already been discussed.
My post was originally a new thread starter specifically for those who have had an electronics issue when re-gearing - or even for those with an ABS model who have re-geared with no problems but onewizard thought it best to put my post back in this thread.
I was attempting to collate the numbers of ABS riders who have re-geared, and at what point that re-gearing causes an issue.
The fact that re-gearing causes a 24/25 engine fault is no longer in doubt.
Any distributors first response would normally be to fob it off as a one-off issue.
Your original new thread would have been post 50, my post that I deleted was 51, and motorboy response would have been 52.
When it comes to electrical, I can say there are very few people in the world able to do what I did before retirement and still consult at. What I don't have access to is the design of the ECU and mapping, from a troubleshooting perspective, I try and share my knowledge, that is why there is a How To forum on this site, and why I have developed tests for the stator and the Polaris Regulator install, to name a few, there are other equally smart people on this forum, and whenever I see a person with that ability and a helpful post, it gets copied to the How To forum. FYI there is a electrical flaw on every Kawasaki 650 motor made, I tried contacting Kawasaki Canada, they aren't interested, unless it could cause damage or injury, no worries.