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Old October 30th, 2012, 06:00 PM   #16
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Or you mean if it is a slip on ECU versus full exhaust ECU?
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Or you mean if it is a slip on ECU versus full exhaust ECU?
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Saw the bypass on ebay, but my question is, isn't the valve still opening and closing even with bypass adaptor? It still moves, correct? So what is the difference? Or is the adaptor to the motor itself and you leave the valve opened? Do you have to make sure you disconnect the cables with the exup opened then?
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Old October 30th, 2012, 07:37 PM   #19
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Just ordered bypass adaptor. It basically emulates cables work seems like.
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Old October 30th, 2012, 09:24 PM   #20
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We don't have an EXUP valve it's nothing more than a noise valve for low rpms put there to appease the import rules.

You can remove the cables and get a little piece that attaches to where the cables go to make the computer think all is well, you can get the resistor that plugs in where the motor is and makes the computer think all is well, you can get the DP ECU that doesn't care about the valve or you can get DucDiag and the cables and tell the computer all is well and reset service codes and install DP race maps and other things.
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Again, misinformation. You just need to stop dude.

"DP ECUs" come in two flavors: A half system ECU and a full system ECU.

The half system ECU looks for the O2 sensors and servo motor and absence of either will throw a code. The O2 codes can be avoided by using something like fat ducs. The servo code can be avoided by using the aluminum plate available on eBay.

The full system ECU ignores both, so you don't need O2 manipulators or servo plates. Unless SBS848 had a full system ECU, what he says is not true.
Disabling the Exhaust Valve with no CEL *PICS*

You start to annoy me big time Dude!!! I had the Slip On ECU, and removed the servo, and had NO CEL!!! WTF do you think, that I make this up!?!? Retard!

Maybe difference between US and EURO spec???
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Old October 31st, 2012, 05:08 AM   #22
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Disabling the Exhaust Valve with no CEL *PICS*

You start to annoy me big time Dude!!! I had the Slip On ECU, and removed the servo, and had NO CEL!!! WTF do you think, that I make this up!?!? Retard!

Maybe difference between US and EURO spec???
Hey dumass, we are saying the same thing, only you are saying it incorrectly. Adding a blockoff plate is what keeps the ECU from throwing a CEL. If you just swap in a slip on ECU and unplug the servo without the blockoff plate, it will throw a CEL. Which is what you were advising the OP to do.

Adding a block off plate will eliminate the servo regardless of which ECU you run. So your whole suggestion is moot.
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Hey dumass, we are saying the same thing, only you are saying it incorrectly. Adding a blockoff plate is what keeps the ECU from throwing a CEL. If you just swap in a slip on ECU and unplug the servo without the blockoff plate, it will throw a CEL. Which is what you were advising the OP to do.

Adding a block off plate will eliminate the servo regardless of which ECU you run. So your whole suggestion is moot.
You got to be kidding me right...?!? Read!!! I HAVE NO BLOCK OFF PLATE, A DP ECU, REMOVED THE SERVO MOTOR, NO CEL!!! Like everybody over here, so either you got some shitty restricted bikes over there, or your just to dumb to understand what people are saying.
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You got to be kidding me right...?!? Read!!! I HAVE NO BLOCK OFF PLATE, A DP ECU, REMOVED THE SERVO MOTOR, NO CEL!!! Like everybody over here, so either you got some shitty restricted bikes over there, or your just to dumb to understand what people are saying.
OK I give up, you win. I am not going to expend energy arguing with someone from Holland. Not that I have anything against Holland, but there are probably a total of 5 Ducatis in the whole of Holland so its irrelevant to argue over your spec versus US spec bikes.

Have a nice day man.
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We don't have an EXUP valve it's nothing more than a noise valve for low rpms put there to appease the import rules.

You can remove the cables and get a little piece that attaches to where the cables go to make the computer think all is well, you can get the resistor that plugs in where the motor is and makes the computer think all is well, you can get the DP ECU that doesn't care about the valve or you can get DucDiag and the cables and tell the computer all is well and reset service codes and install DP race maps and other things.
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Old November 4th, 2012, 03:00 PM   #26
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OK I give up, you win. I am not going to expend energy arguing with someone from Holland. Not that I have anything against Holland, but there are probably a total of 5 Ducatis in the whole of Holland so its irrelevant to argue over your spec versus US spec bikes.

Have a nice day man.
Sorry mate but I'm going to agree with SBK848. I have a DP slipon ECU which has allowed me to remove my exhaust valve servo and the lambda probe without a CEL
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Now the question is if I just disconnect the cables and it does throw a light will it disappear by itself if I reconnect the cables or I would have to go to the dealer?
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If you disconnect then re-connect, the light will disappear.
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Now the question is if I just disconnect the cables and it does throw a light will it disappear by itself if I reconnect the cables or I would have to go to the dealer?
If you just unplug the servo from the quick release in the wiring loom. If you get a light just turn the bike off and plug it back in.
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I had my dash reset and now my start up says sbk848 dp. instead of dp racing. Does anyone know why? The shop says they didnt touch my ecu. They just unplugged the dash when they replaced my nose fairing.
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