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929 servo removal again....

Ok, this'll be a quick one I'm sure...

I have a 929 race bike with full Akra system. The servo was plugged in but with no cables connected, but I've had to take it out to get to the temp sensor.

Does the lack of servo motor cause any issues with the ECU other than the FI light? I have a Starlane dash so don't have a FI light anyway, so will leave it off it that is the only annoyance.

I just don't want to get to the track and find it's FUBARed because the servo isn't found by the ECU.

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Re: 929 servo removal again....

Read this thread and it will answer all your questions:
https://www.fireblades.org/forums/how...-fi-light.html
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Re: 929 servo removal again....

It doesn't unfortunately, because I've read that a number of times historically, and the 2 or 3 pages of arguing about whether it works or not are irrelevant...

I don't want to make an eliminator, I want to know if I can just run the bike normally, without the servo connected and without an eliminator, and let the ECU log the errror codes that I don't care about because I don't have an FI light on my dash.
Or does it do something funky like limp mode when it logs the error code?
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Re: 929 servo removal again....

Ah, bladeracer provides the answer in this thread actually #2

https://www.fireblades.org/forums/gen...rvo-motor.html

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If you remove the cables from the servo motor (and remove the airbox flapper) and set the servo pulley in the correct position it will kill the MIL warning. The MIL has _zero_ effect on the bike though so you can simply remove the servo motor entirely and ignore the light.
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