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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 01-25-2018, 06:09 PM Thread Starter
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Installing a Yoshimura Alpha T Works Full Exhaust System

Hi Everyone,

I bought the Yoshi Alpha T works full exhaust system on my 2014 R6, and I have a couple of questions before installing it:

1. How do I disconnect and remove the exhaust valve cables? are they connected to the servo?
2. Do I need to get a Servo buddy? or should I just remove the servo?
3. How much is the headers torque?

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Hi Everyone,

I bought the Yoshi Alpha T works full exhaust system on my 2014 R6, and I have a couple of questions before installing it:

1. How do I disconnect and remove the exhaust valve cables? are they connected to the servo?
2. Do I need to get a Servo buddy? or should I just remove the servo?
3. How much is the headers torque?

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1) Yes they are connected to a servo
2) Yes otherwise it will throw a check engine light
3) Get the service manual it will tell you everything you need to know


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Or leave the servo connected to the bike just remove the cables.
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Re: Installing a Yoshimura Alpha T Works Full Exhaust System

If you remove the servo you will get a check engine light. You can avoid the check engine light issue in any of the following ways: get the ecu flashed, servo buddy, or keep the servo motor plugged in and just remove the cables. But you want to get a tune anyways with a full exhaust.
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yeah I want to get the ECU flashed, I guess when you remove the servo its more weight reduction
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Get in touch when youíre ready to have the ecu done. I spent 4 days on the dyno with our test bike and the alpha t system just a few weeks ago. Itís an awesome exhaust for the r6. And the price canít be beat!
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I managed to take off the stock exhaust, took a lot more time that I thought.

I'm trying to remove the servo but I can't remove the bolts, it's in a very tight place behind the rear suspension, any ideas?

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I managed to take off the stick exhaust, took a lot more time that I thought.



I'm trying to remove the servo but I can't remove the bolts, it's in a very tight place behind the rear suspension, any ideas?


Iíve never had an issue getting to it. Ratcheting wrench or an extension with swivel socket or swivel extension. Extension with a universal and a 10mm socket. Having the right tools for a job cuts the time down drastically


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just searched online, I need a 10mm wrench with an extension for take the servo out, hopefully I get the new exhaust fitted tomorrow
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