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post #11 of 15 Old 09-29-2019, 07:12 AM Thread Starter
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Just a quick update... I have Holeshot's full tune on board now with the stock O2 sensor plugged in to the Arrow headers. I've ridden about 1,500km now and there have been no problems whatsoever.
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So I have a 2016. Currently installing arrow headers, pc5, Auto tune, healtech servo eliminator, pair valve delete, & healtech pair system eliminator. Do I need anything else to ensure no warning lights? Im Worried about leaving the factory o2 plug unplugged. Is an o2 eliminator or optimizer also needed? New to the forum here and still haven't stumbled upon a definitive answer. Thanks!
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So I have a 2016. Currently installing arrow headers, pc5, Auto tune, healtech servo eliminator, pair valve delete, & healtech pair system eliminator. Do I need anything else to ensure no warning lights? Im Worried about leaving the factory o2 plug unplugged. Is an o2 eliminator or optimizer also needed? New to the forum here and still haven't stumbled upon a definitive answer. Thanks!
PC5 comes with o2 eliminator, on the 2016 bike it's just a resistor. The 2018+ bikes now have an O2 simulator which is a box of tricks to fool the ECU which was what everyone in this thread didn't have available when the discussion happened earlier this year:

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I figured as much. Thanks for confirming. Unfortunately the one that came in my kit does not fit. Reached out to power commander and was told that they can't sell me another one due to emissions regulations. FML...looking for suggestion short of having to reflash computer
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I have just fitted my pcv from my 15 to my new 19, i did it all exactly the same, including unpluging the 02 sensor and replacing it with the eliminator plug.
5 minutes down the rad and the f1 light came on, c44 error for the 02!
I guess this is why the '18 &'19 PCV are 20 more expensive.
OK, going to get it turned off this weekend with a flash.

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