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In the manual it says that it is a MAP issue. I have checked the MAP connector, but the diagram in the manual (downloaded) is really fuzzy on the picture on which line to check. This video is exactly what the bike is doing http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0lFArj_fHww&mode=related&search=
Is there a way to test to see if the MAP is bad?
 

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Is it safe to ride the bike with that code being produced?
 

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In the shop book, you need to disconnect the hose to the map sensor. You then connect a vacuum gauge between the hose to the map sensor and the throttle body using a T (3 way) connector. You should have 150-250 mm Hg at idle.
 

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You can ride with the MAP sensor code being thrown. The bike will set itself in a limp mode with a pre-determined value for the manifold pressure.
 
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