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Old 05-29-2011, 04:47 PM   #1
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What happens if I unplug my exhaust servo?

Besides the FI light coming on? I have a 09 Kawasaki ZX-6R.

I have an aftermarket exhaust...will it actually affect anything or will it just blink a light?

I need a temporary fix, so if it doesn't put it in some type of limp-mode or something, I could care less about the blinking light...

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Old 05-29-2011, 05:09 PM   #2
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Nothing else will happen.
Why not leave it plugged in?
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thanks patrick!

Long story short.

Going to track tomorrow, needed place for rectifier for newly purchased track plastics.

Saw thread on DIY exhaust servo eliminator.

Moved rectifier, did DIY exhaust servo eliminator, didnt work

No time to put everything back the way it was, I can deal with a blinking light until I have time this week to figure it out otherwise.

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I have the same bike your exhaust should have came wit something to put on so the Fi light want come on
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He removed the servo so he can reloacte the r/r there to protect it from crash damage.
Ivans and a couple of other places sell a plug in eliminator to bypass the code if you delete the servo all together.
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Did your remove it from under the seat or just at the exhaust?
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I built a servo eliminator for mine using a few resistors and a capacitor for less than 10$, its really easy to do. If you want help I could see what I can do.
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He removed the servo so he can reloacte the r/r there to protect it from crash damage.
Ivans and a couple of other places sell a plug in eliminator to bypass the code if you delete the servo all together.
Exactly. I'm going to try and make my own servo eliminator again. If I can't get it to work, do you sell the servobuddies (or equivalent)?

I might be hitting you if you do.

Noticed no differences while at the track...taped up the blinking light
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