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    Forgive if its been asked before, is there any benefit to be had by fitting a TRE and a servo eliminator to a totally stock bike? IE stock exhaust and air filters etc? The TRE I would say yes but how about a servo eliminator? Would this just hold the valve fully open all the time? I presume the same things can be done with a flash but getting someone here in NZ to flash an ECU is near impossible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DakS83 View Post
    Forgive if its been asked before, is there any benefit to be had by fitting a TRE and a servo eliminator to a totally stock bike? IE stock exhaust and air filters etc? The TRE I would say yes but how about a servo eliminator? Would this just hold the valve fully open all the time? I presume the same things can be done with a flash but getting someone here in NZ to flash an ECU is near impossible.

    Cheers.


    Read about servo eliminator here:


    https://www.skutr.net/exhaust-valves...ors-explained/

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    Quote Originally Posted by DakS83 View Post
    Forgive if its been asked before, is there any benefit to be had by fitting a TRE and a servo eliminator to a totally stock bike? IE stock exhaust and air filters etc? The TRE I would say yes but how about a servo eliminator? Would this just hold the valve fully open all the time? I presume the same things can be done with a flash but getting someone here in NZ to flash an ECU is near impossible.

    Cheers.
    TRE is a must if flashing isn't an option. The servo eliminator is simply to fool the ECM into believing it's still there. If you have stock pipes then it's likely a waste of money plus you would have to open the exhaust valve and pin it open because the cables from the original servo would no longer operate the valve.
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    As far as I have read here, exhaust valve stays open
    when power to it is disconected. Then your FI light
    comes on, therefore a need for servo eliminator.

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