It stays however it is when the bike is ideling. The disable thing stops the ecu from looking for it or doing anything with but you need to cut and plug the vacuum line running along the left side of your bike if you want it to stay open. Or just remove the damn thing. It is pointless aside from to keep sound downHi
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The solenoid operates off of vacuum. Cutting the line disables it, doing so without an ecu flash results in an Fi light. Nothing done to an ecu can actually disable anything that operates via vacuum but it can make the ecu not realize the object is there and in turn disable to error. You don't just tell the ecu hey don't throw an error without first tricking it into thinking there is t anything there to throw an error for.Woolich deactivation only disables the fault code of sensor unplug, not the solenoid valves in either case. They continue to work. So throw the junk out with the plumbing to Vroom Mr. Shankar😜