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I don't see how that will work at all as just a plug in. It would basically take the closed loop system and turn it open loop. You would use something like that to add a tuning box so the sensor won't screw with the settings of the tune. So I don't believe the claims at all, but would probably use it if you wanted to tune it properly.
 

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I don't see how that will work at all as just a plug in. It would basically take the closed loop system and turn it open loop. You would use something like that to add a tuning box so the sensor won't screw with the settings of the tune. So I don't believe the claims at all, but would probably use it if you wanted to tune it properly.
Hi, i have a dynojet o2 optimizer so i dont think it will change the closed loop, what i need to know is if this realy eliminate the OEM sensor and dont throw any FI light or other problems... because i have one autotune to instal and realy just want to have one O2 sensor instaled in the bike
 

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Hi, i have a dynojet o2 optimizer so i dont think it will change the closed loop, what i need to know is if this realy eliminate the OEM sensor and dont throw any FI light or other problems... because i have one autotune to instal and realy just want to have one O2 sensor instaled in the bike

Yeah, I can't answer that for sure. I'd imagine that's what it's used for, but I don't know
 
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