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Court Jester
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Much easier to just remove it, install the Duc.EE.

And no it does not effect the idle when removed.
 

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Court Jester
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Do you guys think I can just put any kind of metal plate there to trick the servo/ecu? It seems like many people have done it but I just don't know if it has to be a specific length, since I do not want to damage the servo.

From the other thread, it seems like all that plate does is stop the servo from rotating after a certain point

People did it before the Duc.ee was an option and the cost was prohibitive. I'd suggest pming one of the folks that did and see if they can help you if you are hell bent on doing this :)

You can also buy the cut piece of ebay.

Ducati 1198 1098 848 Servo Plate Kit | eBay
 
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