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EXUP is right after the collector, it has to be cut out or go full system to remove it.
It can be disabled via the ECU though as what happened when mine began acting up.

as far as fuel controllers: TuneECU is a free program which allows yous to tune, disable and check various systems on the bike. Check below for more info.
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Really? No pc3/bazzazz needed?


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cost me 860ish bucks here in NC but the 12k service comes with a WHOLE lot more than just valve adjustments

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Damn that's pretty expensive, any expensive services prior to 12k?

Everyone I talked to that had their valves looked at on yamaha/Honda - no service was required in the teen mile range.


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For the 12,000 mile check, I did the brake fluid flush, coolant flush and oil change myself. All the dealer had to do was the valve check (which did need an adjustment), replace the air filter and spark plugs, and a visual go-over of the bike. Dealer charged $300.

Dealer charges for the 12,000 check are all over the map, just like their locations.
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Hm 300 is better. Can anyone recommend a reputable dealer in baltimore area?


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Really? No pc3/bazzazz needed?


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Its up to you and what you want to do with your bike. TuneEcu can do pretty much the average person wants to do and all you need to get is a $7 cable. There are several people running PC/Bazzaz?TuneBoy.

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Im going on 20k and have not need a valve adjustment yet, they have remained in spec.

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Just got an insurance quote, looks like its going to go up by a third of a price. The agent said its in a higher risk bracket than my r6.


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I've also seen a common issue is an exup getting stuck, I assume that issue goes away once you replace the slip on? What type of fuel controllers are you guys running? Any slip on to stay away from?


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Adding a slip on does nothing to sort out the EXUP valve. A full system solves the problem, or you can just remove the EXUP altogether. It serves no useful purpose.

Most people here use TuneECU with an OBD2 cable - it controls way more than just fuel. Do some searching.



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