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post #1 of 5 Old 08-17-2019, 05:44 PM Thread Starter
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exhaust servo eliminator

i have bought a exhaust servo eliminator since next year i will be installing a arrow header

and since i had it laying around i installed it

and from what i feel it changed the feeling of the bike

its smoother less vibration in the peg while cruising

and its seem smoother and more torquier at mid rpm where the dip in power is

anyone tried this and got those kind of result for 60$ its making some difference
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i have bought a exhaust servo eliminator since next year i will be installing a arrow header

and since i had it laying around i installed it

and from what i feel it changed the feeling of the bike

its smoother less vibration in the peg while cruising

and its seem smoother and more torquier at mid rpm where the dip in power is

anyone tried this and got those kind of result for 60$ its making some difference
So what are you saying here - you removed the valve? you removed the standard exhaust? you wedged the valve open and disconnected it?
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The valve defaults to full open when you disconnect the servo. The 60$ deal is the plug to keep the ECU thinking it's still there. I did this, didn't find it did anything. The low rpm tone seems deeper/throatier? A lot of mods do more for your brain than anything.
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