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S1000XR - General Chat / Re: Exhaust servo removal
« Last post by smithy on Yesterday at 11:50:17 PM »
*Originally Posted by Boneman1 [+]
When I got my  akrapovic headers fitted the servos had to go and the healtec  servo buddy was fitted. All done by an experienced mechanic. No issues. I also had fitted the rapid bike evo,pro as recommended with the headers.
Gutted that I can’t ride the bike due to the current lockdown

Did exactly the same as you....except my headers are Arrow's.......fitted them myself as I don't trust anyone  :001:  RBE and a "stand alone" wideband O2 sensor and gauge to keep tabs on the A/F ratio on the fly. Bike has never given me any trouble apart from the useless battery, and a dribbling water pump.....but they're a fairly common affliction for the S series engines.

I'm currently in the process of doing the major 30,000km service, new tyres etc.... and am taking a few days to do it...I'll, make a new thread, post up some picks and a wee write-up when all done.. :028:

Smithy.
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S1000XR - General Chat / Re: Exhaust servo removal
« Last post by Boneman1 on Yesterday at 10:14:15 PM »
When I got my  akrapovic headers fitted the servos had to go and the healtec  servo buddy was fitted. All done by an experienced mechanic. No issues. I also had fitted the rapid bike evo,pro as recommended with the headers.
Gutted that I can’t ride the bike due to the current lockdown
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S1000XR - General Chat / Re: Exhaust servo removal
« Last post by smithy on Yesterday at 08:57:07 PM »
What Winger said.....it will throw a fault code but not a fault light..!

Smithy.
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Parts, Accessories & Clothing For Sale / Re: Wunderlich 7L tank bag for sale
« Last post by LAMBO281 on Yesterday at 07:56:30 PM »
£15 eBay a set of plastic frame plugs one of the first things I got!
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S1000XR - General Chat / Re: ECU FUEL REMAP
« Last post by xeoMe on Yesterday at 06:24:04 PM »
Bike got re-tuned again today and throttle at medium/fast RPMs got lowered which solved the issues.
He again told me that he has done BMWs for years and never seen this one before.

I got a weird XR  :006:

Usefull video:
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S1000XR - General Chat / Re: Exhaust servo removal
« Last post by Winger on Yesterday at 06:07:41 PM »
I had too on my KTMGT the electrics do like not like you doing that and it throws a fault and hence the need for the Heal Tech dongle,the X/R isn’t the same unless you plug the bike into BM diagnostics or a GS911 you would never know,so unless you are a little OTT I wouldn’t bother,i’ve Run my X/R for some time without such and it’s fine.
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S1000XR - General Chat / Re: Exhaust servo removal
« Last post by SimonUK on Yesterday at 06:02:22 PM »
Not Healtech, but I installed a SkutrNet Servo-Buddy.
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Parts, Accessories & Clothing For Sale / Re: Wunderlich 7L tank bag for sale
« Last post by Icetronix on Yesterday at 05:46:24 PM »
Lots of nice work don dude :028:
I cant seem to add pictures to the tread as the file is to big :151:.
Final question :002: Where did you purchase the plugs to fill the holes on the sides of the frame?.
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S1000XR - General Chat / Exhaust servo removal
« Last post by kent-XR on Yesterday at 05:37:21 PM »
Has anyone install a healtech servo bubby for the exhaust and revomed the cables?
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New Member Introductions / Re: Just saying Hi
« Last post by PaulS1000XR on Yesterday at 05:07:11 PM »
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