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|02-10-2009, 09:09 AM||#1|
Join Date: Mar 2007
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2014 Multistrada GTS
Help w/ exhaust please
I have an '07 R6. Last night I installed my M4 slip on, sounds great Now my question is, with the installation I removed the stock EXUP valve on the stock can. I've read you can completely remove the two cables from the servo as you don't need them anymore, being sure you don't unplug or remove the server itself to avoid throwing any codes.
What I did was simply cut the wires off at the ends and used electrical tape to cover and tucked them back up under the bike...avoiding taking the servo out and messing with it.
Is this ok?
I would think so, just wanted to be reassured. This is the first mechanical thing I've done myself on a motorcycle so I was proud of myself
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|02-10-2009, 03:03 PM||#2|
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you should be alright with it like that, i just completely removed the cables on my fz1, that was about 20k miles ago and no probs yet.
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|02-10-2009, 03:07 PM||#3|
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Wouldn't be a big deal once they are sealed properly and water tight.
I am riding with the cables in my 10R removed but the servo is still intact. My 636 had the Ivans servo eliminator and it is currently residing in its new home which is Davids bike.