I've finally decided to spend some of my overtime money on some new parts for the bike. I put a PCIII in and a slip on muffler on today, header pipe was back ordered. PCIII went well, bike started right up and everything seemed fine. Then I did the exhaust, my bike comes with this EXUP system, basically a servo controls a valve in the exhaust pipe that opens and constricts to match whats happening on the intake side as the throttle adjusts. This is no longer used with the after market exhaust so I unplugged it and removed everything completely since it all weighed a good pound or so. Fired up the bike and the check engine light is on because a circuit is broken that moniters the engine or something like according to the manual. Plugged the servo back in and the light is off, even though it no longer actually does anything. I hate having the extra uneeded parts/weight, does anyone know of a way to remove that servo unit without the check engine light coming on? Is there a way to trick the computer into thinking the circuit is complete?
I don't know much about electronics so thanks for any help you can provide.
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I ran into this on my R6. For now, I have removed the cables from the servo motor and left it in place just so they are not dangling useless. Different companies sell exup bypass harnesses (including Kyle) but imo they are too expensive for what they do. It's most likely some type of resistor or resistance to ground/voltage but I haven't had time to meter it. Is this on your WR?
there is a bypass plug available that typically sells for $65-100 depending on vendor. I'd bet a bologna sandwich it's something very simple. Since removing the cables, I kind of forgot about it until this thread popped up. My bike is so badass it won't let somthing as silly as a 15oz servo motor hold it back anyway.