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Cel after my daytona rear swap

So, now that my street has the Daytona rear end, when i turn the bike over, the CEL is on. Bike doesn't appeAr to hesitate but it is hella cold out. Could it be that the ambient temp sensor is messing with it? I had 2 bro exhaust on the bike and the TOR tune, could it be that its now the tune playing up? I just don't want the swap to cause any damage is all. Thanks in advance


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The baro sensor was in the tail..my guess is something isint right with that....

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Have you downloaded TuneECU? check the code.

Dave, the baro sensor on the Daytona's are in the nose cowl, and in the tail on Striples.
it's in the tail on my bike since removing the nose cowl.....no probs

doesn't matter where they're located, as the pressure won't be noticeably different
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Have you downloaded TuneECU? check the code.

Dave, the baro sensor on the Daytona's are in the nose cowl, and in the tail on Striples.
it's in the tail on my bike since removing the nose cowl.....no probs

doesn't matter where they're located, as the pressure won't be noticeably different
Yep... I just zip tied mine on to something back there

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Decepticon, its under the seat. Im hoping its cuz of the TOR tune on a stock daytona can. Hope to remedy that when i can unload the str3 exhaust and get one for the daytona.


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Deff check the code it could be a number of things. Did you remove the exup from the exhaust?

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Exup? If i gotta ask prob not. What is it, where, and why would i need to take it off? Thanks.


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In short its an exhaust valve that opens and closes to regulate noise at idle. The valve is known to get stuck open or closed which would throw a code, but now I am confused did you start with a daytona or a striple? the striple did not come with it. So if you have a striple then its something else.

Edit: NVM you are originally a Streety, the TOR tune shouldnt be a problem here since several people have ran TOR tune on a stock setup. It is not optimal and usually people will upload the tune while they are waiting on their slip on to arrive.

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Ok, so then valve is not an issue. Cool. Im hoping its just cuz of the cold ass weather. Did not disconnect anything that didn't need to b during the swap. And what i did disconnect i connected again.


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You might have to double check some hoses and wires, sometimes the most obvious thing is causing the problem. But hopefully when you pull the code you can confirm the issue.

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