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post #1 of 23 Old 12-23-2005, 02:33 AM Thread Starter
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complete removal of exhaust valve servo if you have a full system?

hey all - i'm new to the board... so here it goes


the bike i baught has an Arata full system, PCIII USB, custom dyno map. because of that, the exaust valve doesnt exist as a part of the exaust system. but there still exists, plugged in and all - the black box that pulls the cables to open and close the exaust valve..

no cables are present, but the electrical connections are still installed and plugged in. so can i disconnect the electrical wires and remove the black box? if the bike will run fine without the the black box connected, the IMO its just dead weight
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Dead weight indeed but if you remove the box and assoc wires you'll get the FI light from hell on the instrument cluster.

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"associate wires" whats that? and the fuel lite it ALWAYS on because the PCIII is installed and the previous owner never bothered to disable the light.
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Ok i'll be more specific. theres two wires/connectors exiting from the servo mtr that once disconnected will result in the red 'FI'=fuel injection light lit.

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again, my light is allready on, so i really dont care if the bike is modded in such a way that will cause the light to be on..

.. will my bike run ok/correctly with the two wires/connectors servo motor disconnected?
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tite!

its almost 2am here...... but i'm now gonna remove that heavy motherfacker!


edit: wow - weighed nearly a pound if not a full pound! mission remove weight directly off the top of the bike = successful.





bike has come a long way today... gonna do this mod... i adjusted the throttle real perfect and nice, installed the passenger pegs, removed all the stickers/decals (btw i cant get the glue off the body for the tailsection "zx10r' sticker - any tips?), changed to GP shifting (reverse) which i beleive to make SO much more sence.... anywayz looking forward to tieing up more loose ends and further modding!

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"associate wires" whats that? and the fuel lite it ALWAYS on because the PCIII is installed and the previous owner never bothered to disable the light.

I have a PCIII and my fuel light isn't on......
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Might wanna think about tht light, it tells you if yer engine id F'n up. AKA detonation and junk.
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PCIII should not cause an FI light. If you have an FI light, you have something that isn't working right.
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