The Most Dangerous Situation I've Ever Seen.

The switch is mounted on the front left side of the battery box in this horizontal position. It's easy to remove, and it can be opened up by removing the 4 Phillips screws on the cover.   

With the cover removed, it's easy to see how it works. The metal ring rides on the "U" shaped rail... the ring is insulated on the white plastic. This pic shows the "go" position. If the bike is crashed the ring makes contact with either of the side poles and shuts off the fuel injection to prevent a possible fire or engine damage from overrev. 

So what's the problem ??? 

The GSXR 750 Tip - Over Switch

No Trick Photography...

I just gave it a little horizontal flick of the wrist just as I took this shot.

Notice the pic isn't even blurry... it's so easy to trigger these things !! 

It's obvious that the curve of the "U" should be steeper.

Have you ever gotten into a " headshake " 
as a rear tire slide  hooked up again ??? 

(Even if you're not a racer, it can happen on the street too.) 

That's all it takes to shut off the bike....
... and cause the riders behind to crash into the stalled bike and rider at full throttle !!

This horrifying accident happened at the exit of Daytona's turn 1 
during the 2000 CCS Race of Champions when Scott "The Big Worm" Hermersmann's 2000 GSXR
unexpectedly shut off after a near vertical rear tire slide / headshake.    

The pack of riders behind took evasive action,  but not everyone made it past. 
Scott Harwell and Brandon Bashore were transported to the hospital with serious injuries. 

Somehow, Hermersmann didn't crash, but needless to say he didn't want to ride the bike
 until we could figure out why it happened...

I went around the pits and asked 5 other GSXR racers if they've ever had this problem. The quick survey revealed that 2 riders had the same thing happen to them on the '00 model, 
while 2 others had it happen on '97 & '99's !!
(Some carbureted engines use this switch too)

2 of these 4 riders said they never knew why their bike shut off !   

The GSXR Tip Over Switch Fix:

Suzuki needs to do something about these switches before more people get hurt. You can't just remove it, because it's an integral part of the EFI circuit. 

In The Meantime:

Fill it with silicone to disable the switch.

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