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No tune adjustment is req'd for disabling the EXUP or the Flapper...just tick the box in Tune ECU and buy some ear plugs. I re-enabled both systems after a few days. It was just too noisy for street use.
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Im running daves tune and have done everything he had listed. It is amazing how much of a difference it made versus the available tunes. I am working on a custom lowboy so I am going to see if it needs any tweaking soon.

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Using the Exup sytem to get a bit more power.

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awesome reply!
Thanks for the info.

Is there a custom tune just for removal of exup. Or is this somehting i should play around with?
Im giessing there is a guide teaching you have to tune in the all things tuning section?...........hmmm i dont think there is....all i've found was paying people to tune the bike.......
Re-route your crank case breather through the exup system and you can gain extra power for free above 9000 revs. No dirty air going into the iar box as well.

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No tune adjustment is req'd for disabling the EXUP or the Flapper...just tick the box in Tune ECU and buy some ear plugs. I re-enabled both systems after a few days. It was just too noisy for street use.
I've disabled the exup already....although I thought Ive read other threads stating if properly tuned wihtout the exup it should not lose low end torque etc.


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Im running daves tune and have done everything he had listed. It is amazing how much of a difference it made versus the available tunes. I am working on a custom lowboy so I am going to see if it needs any tweaking soon.
Hey disrupt, can ur map run with my 06 d675?
What was it customized for (what changes have you made)?

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Re-route your crank case breather through the exup system and you can gain extra power for free above 9000 revs. No dirty air going into the iar box as well.
Is there a guide for this, since I'm still new, I'm not sure what this mod is.

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Hey disrupt, can ur map run with my 06 d675?
What was it customized for (what changes have you made)?
I am running Dave73's tune on my 07. Since my vin range was the same as his it was easy. You could either copy the info over to yours to make it run. I deleted the exup, sai, o2, air flapper, evap, and probably some more stuff I can't remember. But each bike is different, so it is better to get a custom tune. Dave's tune is deff a good baseline to work from since the tuner wont have to start from scratch.

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I am running Dave73's tune on my 07. Since my vin range was the same as his it was easy. You could either copy the info over to yours to make it run. I deleted the exup, sai, o2, air flapper, evap, and probably some more stuff I can't remember. But each bike is different, so it is better to get a custom tune. Dave's tune is deff a good baseline to work from since the tuner wont have to start from scratch.
Im a bit concerned with copying the mapping over. Would these settings be correct for the 06 or my VIN range?
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Im a bit concerned with copying the mapping over. Would these settings be correct for the 06 or my VIN range?
People have done it without any issues. It is just more time consuming. I am currently on a bus going to a presentation. Once I get back I can check for you, just let me know what your range is.

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It should be the first vin range. I don't remember off top of my head.
It starts with 262###. I had the 20109 which is replaced with 20204 and now 20400
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How did you delete the sai? It’s physically deleted already but need to do it through tune ecu so the bike can run right
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How did you delete the sai? Itís physically deleted already but need to do it through tune ecu so the bike can run right
Sorry man, this thread is from 2013 but I'll help you out

You unbolt the SAI from the top of your valve cover, remove all the hoses, tap off the connectors and block the ports on top of the valve cover with plates. Then you need Tune ECU so you can turn off the SAI and this will keep your check engine light from coming on if done right.

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