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EXUP issue after throttle tuning

Hello all, I have a 2011 D675 with an R tune, I took it back a few weeks later because I didn't like the on/off feel of the throttle and asked him to make it more linear. He made the throttle more linear and now the EXUP is not working properly, are the two related? Since it is computer controlled I was curious. Thanks for reading.
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post #2 of 4 Old 11-03-12, 23:50
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He probably just disabled, the thing about the exup valve is idk if its at a certain rpm or something but the exup valve is there to create back pressure. Like when u start up the bike its pretty much closed.

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Have him disable the Exup, and then follow the instructions to remove/disable it in the search feature.

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If you are going to Dyno it (the best way), remove/disable the Exup first.

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