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I have a flashed ECU coming in soon, and with the error code for the EXUP being disabled, I wanted to know how to remove the entire unit.

I already have the cables taken off my slip on, and the EXUP control box behind the spring taken off. Then the cable that goes into that box, is it possible to remove that cable? I've searched and only found threads on how to remove it off your slip on (which I've already done), I want to know if I can remove it off my bike completely.

Also for the O2 sensor, is it possible for me to remove that completely as well? I have a fuel map mapped into the ECU so I don't need the O2 sensor. How do I go about removing that cable?

If there's a How-to on this specifically, can someone link me?
 

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there are also exup eliminator plugs that will trick the ECU into thinking everything is good. Bazzaz makes one I believe.
 

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...I said my ECU was getting flashed to eliminate the code.............
OH well this thread is stupid. The EXUP literally bolts on to the frame. Unplug, unbolt and remove.

Unplug the o2 sensor. If you want to remove the cables completely you're going to have to unravel that entire electrical harness which will inevitably lead to more problems. Wrap electrical tape around the open plugs or label them that they are unused in the event you need to diag an electrical problem in the future.

Not sure how this is so hard. :confused::confused::confused::confused::confused::confused:
 

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OH well this thread is stupid. The EXUP literally bolts on to the frame. Unplug, unbolt and remove.

Unplug the o2 sensor. If you want to remove the cables completely you're going to have to unravel that entire electrical harness which will inevitably lead to more problems. Wrap electrical tape around the open plugs or label them that they are unused in the event you need to diag an electrical problem in the future.

Not sure how this is so hard. :confused::confused::confused::confused::confused::confused:
Okay thanks for answering my question. I just wanted to know if that EXUP cable was able to removed or not. Now I know it's attached to the entire wiring harness.
 
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