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Old 10-02-2012, 10:43 AM   #1
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07 GSXR 750 exhaust sevo delete question

Co worker disconnected his exhaust servo on his 2007 GSXR 750 thats all stock. He disconnected the cables and removed the servo motor but is getting the FI light. What is the proper procedure to not get the FI light? Thanks in advance...
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Old 10-02-2012, 10:48 AM   #2
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Re-install the servo motor...lol

Technically, you can make a servo eliminator yourself, but ya gotta know how to do it.
I think Ivan's performance makes them.

From what I understand, all you're gaining by removing a servo motor is a slight weight loss and a clean up under the seat.
When I installed my slip on I just removed the cables, didn't want to deal with the servo motor so I left it in.
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Old 10-02-2012, 12:08 PM   #3
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Thats what I told him, i have the same on my CBR600 and left the servo installed. But he was saying he gets the FI fault code for the servo every once in a while if its installed. Could be a bad servo...
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theres a black w brown traced wire that goes into the ecu that when disconnected will get rid of that light. just dont pull the wrong one. the bike wont start if you do that lol
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Old 10-02-2012, 12:46 PM   #5
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wire is number 30, pull that wire out of the plug or cut it and the light will go off
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Old 10-02-2012, 12:46 PM   #6
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theres a black w brown traced wire that goes into the ecu that when disconnected will get rid of that light. just dont pull the wrong one. the bike wont start if you do that lol
He mentioned something about that. Its like pin 29 at the ecu....Ill let em know, thanks man.


Edit: just saw the last post of pin 30. Ill try and pull the pin from the plug so that it can be plugged back in i need be.
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what is a servo doing in the exhaust? o2 sensor? catalytic converter? kinda ridiculous to me that they're putting them on bikes now...just another thing to replace/consume.
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what is a servo doing in the exhaust? o2 sensor? catalytic converter? kinda ridiculous to me that they're putting them on bikes now...just another thing to replace/consume.
Suppose to increase low/mid range with back pressure I believe but most bikes have issues with them failing after a while.
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Old 10-02-2012, 03:22 PM   #9
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inc. back-pressure seems like a pretty darn good reason to have a servo, it just surprises me because the big four know that any time they take chances, and deviate from the tried+true form, its the "little things" that back fire so to speak, and become headaches for the consumer.

Such as the regulator/rectifier on many suzuki's (and others) and now, this servo on the gsxr.
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if you go to gixxer.com they have lots of info and step by step how to do this. The amount of BP lost is none.
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No real performance gain. Just weight loss, cleaner appearance, one less part to fail, and exhaust sounds a bit different. Parts removed from the tail may also help hold the right side tail fairing in place, ask me how I know -_-
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