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post #1 of 19 Old 12-03-2009, 02:37 AM Thread Starter
 
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exhaust flapper motor removal

i just replaced my stock exhaust with an evo akra exhaust system, now i would like to remove the flapper motor totally, naturally this gives me an error message........ now i know with my GSX R we just removed one of the PINS on the ECU main plug and the pblm was gone. does anybody here know whether this works on the ninja and which pin must be removed ???
it's a 2009 ninja zx10r thanks in advance...........
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i'd love to find a solution for this as well, as far as I know, there isnt any. I do know that when you remove the smog pump (AIS) , you can remove the error code by jumping the sensor plug. Hopefully someone has a fix for this
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on the gsx r 1000 i just pulled a pin out of the ECU main plug...... and the err message disappeared, i guess this must work on the ninja, but which is the correct pin ???...... and yes it's the sensor cable which needs to be unplugged.....
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The only way to remove the motor without a FI light ist to get the Servo Eliminator from Ivan's Performance. Several members including myself have tried fooling the ECU other ways, but havent found one that works just yet.

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The only way to remove the motor without a FI light ist to get the Servo Eliminator from Ivan's Performance. Several members including myself have tried fooling the ECU other ways, but havent found one that works just yet.
I believe this is the general consensus.

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arrrgghhhh why did i ever sell my gsx r......lol no the tears are long gone, at least after the frist ride at full rpm's on the ninja ...... o.k. than anybody has a link for that servo eliminator ? sorry don't know who's ivan.......
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arrrgghhhh why did i ever sell my gsx r......lol no the tears are long gone, at least after the frist ride at full rpm's on the ninja ...... o.k. than anybody has a link for that servo eliminator ? sorry don't know who's ivan.......
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A race ECU also works, about the same price as a power commander just harder to find someone who can tune. I pulled all that junk close to two years ago and no issues. I go my ECU and harness from Advanced kawasaki http://getakawi.com/ for about $400

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Jeezus Christ, the servo motor eliminator is $110. . .

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