Post by chipwood67 on Sept 25, 2016 16:51:53 GMT -6
i dont know if you all have come across this mod in the states..o2 Oxygen Lambda Sensor Eliminator. i can not say if it works or not but plenty have been sold in the uk for the gsr 750 i have just bought it to but not yet fitted it.for the price its worth a try..as you may know to keep emissions down the ecu tells the fueling to the engine to run leaner at low rpm..with this fitted it sets the bike up back to how it should run a little richer that would be normal..it also helps with the snatchy throttle that most bikes get nowadays..down to fueling..its plug and play no other set up needed it just fools the ecu into thinking the sensor is still plugged in.. i also have heard it helps with low down torque that is probably the extra fuel been given back to the bike. have a read and see what you think! - link
just a update on fitting the 02 sensor eliminator..i could not believe how hard it was to get out it using wd 40 as well..on inspection of the o2 sensor thread it looked like it had been crossed threaded at the top part of the thread near the hole..not sure if this is done from factory to stop it been taken out as it does happen on some o2 sensors looking on the internet..anyone else know? putting the blanking plug back in to replace it was tight fitting to but it did go in..it is supposed to be better to get out if you run the engine first to get the pipes hot..anyway know f1 or errors or issues on idle..also dont take sensor out while the engine running or turned on that will trip f1 error..will let you know how the bike rides with o2 eliminator in..
Last Edit: Oct 1, 2016 16:59:21 GMT -6 by chipwood67
forget the thread issue its a one off problem my 02 eliminator dealer said..
i can confirm that the Oxygen lambda o2 sensor eliminator Complete kit Suzuki GSR 750 works a treat this is based on also having the x-tri fitted and the k&n filter..the throttle response is spot on from standing start it pulls more at 1.5000 than 2.000rpm know more riding the clutch that i think you had to do sometimes at low speed. snatchy fueling throttle response is not there anymore i know it was not that bad anyway compared to the gsr600..it will now pull in 5th gear at say 20mph and 6th gear at 30mph know more lumpy or bogging down feeling at low speeds...as for mpg going up know difference with the x-tri or K&n filter but ive not done more than 60miles with the 02 eliminator so cannot comment on that..i know that i would not go back to stock setup, you will not regret this set up trust me....
Last Edit: Oct 5, 2016 6:04:45 GMT -6 by chipwood67
thats great.. it makes the bike run as it should have from stock..also i would go for the tre and k&n filter to as it all works well together. fitted the filter first then then tre then o2 eliminator..good look. check my photos of uk gsr with my own little touches and see what you think..
Last Edit: Oct 8, 2016 7:32:26 GMT -6 by chipwood67
Finally got the O2 eliminator on. Drove around my neighborhood and immediately Saw results of better throttle response. Decided to take it out for a little ride in about 2 miles down the road my (F1-FI) light came on. I disconnected battery while installing the part. I don't know if I need to run a little bit. Then disconnect the battery to reset everything. Anyone have any suggestions? If I can't figure it out before tomorrow I'm just gonna take it off reinstall my O2 sensor because I have a ride set up.
Post by chipwood67 on Oct 21, 2016 11:18:07 GMT -6
thats odd you got the f1 error when i put mine on i did not disconnect the battery..but i never turned it on either till the o2 sensor was fitted and i let it idle for about 5 minutes till i rode the bike as far as i know the ecu does not work till you turn the bike on..i also was told suzuki bikes ecu will reset themselves after 2 faulse error codes..but i cannot guarantee thats true..have you got a power commander fitted or ecu flash done? i have just the x-tri and K&n filter and the o2 eliminator set up and all works fine i have done around 500 miles with this set up and know issues..but yes you can tell the results straight away..i would message the seller about the issue as this should not happen.. also ashesofanother as he has ordered one to fit.. as he had the same issue i would ask him to..let us know how you get on and good look..
Post by titoisneto on Oct 21, 2016 16:49:48 GMT -6
Current mods are gutted cat, and K&N filter. Exhaust Servo eliminated. Akropovic Megaphone slip on. When installing the plug the battery was disconnected. Didn't turn the bike on till the whole elimination was complete. After about 2-3 miles the light would come one. I'd shut the bike down and the light would go away. But then come back.
OK no problem that's good news you sorted it..at least now anyone else wanting to try it will know it does work on the gsx-s 750 with good results..but it's open to opinion that it does nothing to improve performance on all bikes. This also work well on the gsr 600 As its the same engine more or less..
Well after about 2 weeks and 500 miles with this installed I can't say I noticed much of a change. It helped choppy throttle a little but no drastic changes. For the price it was worth a shot. I only ride my bike like I stole it so I feel I gave it a true performance test.
Last Edit: Nov 10, 2016 13:13:34 GMT -6 by dothedew