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Exhaust Servo Eliminator

Hey everyone, I had no luck with the search on this so mega apologies if this is a somewhat repeated thread and question.

I just ordered a server eliminator because i've got the ex up valve problem.
I'm going to totally remove the motor and try and find away to mechanically/manually hold the exhaust valve open. Does anyone have any tips or can point me in the right direction?

Would appreciate.

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I believe its spring loaded to hold open so you shouldn't need to do anything.

By the way, on a 2010 you should be able to just disable the sensor using tuneecu and not need a servo buddy. Either way works though.

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I believe its spring loaded to hold open so you shouldn't need to do anything.

By the way, on a 2010 you should be able to just disable the sensor using tuneecu and not need a servo buddy. Either way works though.

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Thanks for that mate. I did look at tune ECU but the servo eliminator was the cheaper option and im in a remote part of the world with little to no help when it comes to sport bike tunes.

I assumed the springs would hold it closed, not open. SO that actually helps a lot.
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Thanks for that mate. I did look at tune ECU but the servo eliminator was the cheaper option and im in a remote part of the world with little to no help when it comes to sport bike tunes.



I assumed the springs would hold it closed, not open. SO that actually helps a lot.
You should find out pretty quick when you pull it apart. I'm going by memory of things I've seen around here, I've never had to remove it considering my bike came with it already removed.

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I just installed my servo buddy. There’s no where to mount it, so if you figure that out, let me know! I taped it to my fairings lol it won’t last long. My wires broke again for the third time so I decided to just remove everything. Well, now my bike runs like crap. Can’t pin the throttle and it bogs out. When I do get going, it sputters. When at idle, if I throttle, it spits the gas out. Driving me crazy.
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