Post by darksunshade on Feb 3, 2017 16:36:14 GMT -6
Has anyone thought of advancing or letting the exhaust valve be a little bit more open?
I've been playing around with it and I feel like when i do advance it a little bit the engine feels less restricted. but it could be just my brain saying I did something, therefore the motorcycle is running better.
Post by thatboyhans3n on Feb 3, 2017 19:50:48 GMT -6
I eliminated the system all together other than still having the butterfly valve in the pipe! At default it will stay open at all times, also installed the healtech servo delete. I personally feel I might have lost a little low end grunt but other than that she still runs like a raped ape! You will also have a deeper exhaust note through the hole rpm range instead of just at the top end.
Post by captjack994 on Feb 6, 2017 10:54:45 GMT -6
I completely removed the servo, cables, and took a grinder to the brackets on the exhaust. I used a nut to hold the butterfly valve in the open position and added a servo eliminator to get rid of the warning light.
Post by darksunshade on Feb 18, 2017 0:52:59 GMT -6
I really couldn't remove mine because I'm currently really broke reason being I'm starting in a new career. Couldn't afford the healtech delete and couldn't find a grinder to grind it out. But I did play with advancing it. I noticed a significant increase of power (not dyno comfirmed) in the middle to top of the rev-range. Before I felt that once I got in the middle rev-range the engine felt restricted hard to explain but the engine vibrated a certain way that made it felt restricted. (Or I'm just imagining everything) It was a very easy thing to do and not very invasive so I just played with it. Also I removed that snorkle on the intake so I don't know if that plays a part.
Anyone know if pulling the wire from the ECU stops the FI light from coming on? Seems like all the gsxr guys have to do is pull a wire from the harness and it stops the FI light after the set valve selete.
I doubt it, essentially in plugging the module does the same thing.
Yeah just so everyone knows, on the gsx-r they can pull/cut the brown wire with black runner and it will remove the FI light after set velve removal. Tried it on my bike and it wouldnt start at all The wire indeed does trace back to the set valve but it must make a few stops before it hits the ECU. Coupled the wire back together and she starts okay now, guess ill just pay for the module.