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Old 04-11-2010, 03:33 PM   #1
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need a lil help

Ok I've had some problems with my gsxr 1000 and wheelies so I have a question some places have told me yes and some no will bypassing the exhaust valve make a big diff in torque
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A 1000 having problems with wheelies? Bro, just roll into the throttle, the wheel is gonna come up...
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That's what I been tryin I've had torque probs since I bought the bike and can't get anyone to find it if fine using clutch I don't like powering it up but the thing is I've lost torque somewhere 3rd gear has nothing I can't clutch up at all it just tries to launch
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Sounds like user error
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Old 04-11-2010, 05:14 PM   #6
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Not user error come ride for youself I posted thread in performance help as well a while back I know how to ride the question is does bypassing the exhaust servo cut down of a lot of torque
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Old 04-11-2010, 05:40 PM   #7
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Even a 1000 is going to have trouble doing it in 3rd with stock gearing. You'd probably be at a 100 plus by the time you got the rpm's up enough.

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Not stock gearing and I ride with guys that are on 1000's and they have no probs once again not a user error thanks so is anyone actually going to answer the 1 question I had by bypassing the servo if it takes away the torque I'm lookin for
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So whats wrong with the bike?
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Just feels like it has no torque like it won't grab and go and a mechanic told me that it could poss be the exhaust valve that's why I'm askin I mean in third I can stand on rear peg and pop clutch and all it does is launch forward slowly never comes up at all that's why I'm askin if the bypass would actually take a good bit of torque away
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dont do any wheelies problem solved
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Old 04-11-2010, 07:40 PM   #12
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Ya thanks for the help so does anyone know the answer to the exhaust valve servo is it goin to cut down on torque
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internals arent really my thing especialy on gixxers, idk what to say
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it will make a big difference if that servo is busted. pull the cable all the way open and put a cable tie on it and run it like that see if it fixes your problem. may make your engine light come on doing so though. but at least you can test it.
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Old 04-11-2010, 08:48 PM   #15
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Ok cool thanks for the info the guy I bought the bike from said the servo was out and yanked the cables off so ill see what I can find thanks
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Ok cool thanks for the info the guy I bought the bike from said the servo was out and yanked the cables off so ill see what I can find thanks
ok if he just yanked the cables off, you also have to pull out a brown wire on the ecu i believe....i dunno try www.gsxr.com or find a yoshi full exhaust system install .pdf
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Ive got an 05 1000, and when I put my Yosh slip-on pipe on it (well, Patrick from Motorcycles Unlimited put it on) he disabled the servo..since he took it off the bike with the old can.
I cant say that the servo is going to give you a noticable diffence in torque, but like Klassik said, if the ECU thinks its supposed to be working and its not that could create a problem.
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Old 04-12-2010, 08:57 AM   #18
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Well the servo was bypassed by patric at Motorcycles Unlimited the servo motor is still there but doesn't work I have to order a new one
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Just gettin opinions on the exhaust valve servo cause its never been on there and some people have told me it doesn't make a diff
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well that servo should be turning a valve in your pipe as you give it more throttle so if it aint turning and that valve stays closed then its like you have a stopped up or super restricted pipe. you wouldnt notice it at low rpm cause the valve would be closed anyway. but idk
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