Help required O2 sensor delete now error code

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Help required O2 sensor delete now error code

Post by pk1 » Fri Sep 21, 2018 3:43 pm

I installed my o2 sensor delete kit today mureder trying to get to one under tank installed dongles
Thought before I put back together I’ll switch on general error code came up 🙈 so I reinstalled o2 sensors and still getting general error code ahah!
Anybody enlighten me on this

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Re: Help required O2 sensor delete now error code

Post by pk1 » Fri Sep 21, 2018 6:34 pm

Problem sorted it was because i disconnected the heated seat while it was set on and tested the o2 before i plugged the seat back in.
Didnt notice any difference in the running but less crackle and pop on the overun..
Phew 😱

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Re: Help required O2 sensor delete now error code

Post by DaveNZ » Fri Sep 21, 2018 8:28 pm

You will notice the GT is much nicer down low in the rev's around town, especially sport mode, where i think the engine runs the nicest. Now that the bike has a little more juice % down low, id put some injected cleaner through the system every 2000kms or so, just to keep everything nice and clean, I've done this on all my singles and twins..........engine elixir :D
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Re: Help required O2 sensor delete now error code

Post by mick shere » Sat Sep 22, 2018 6:22 pm

It's never boring... glad it's sorted :D

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Re: Help required O2 sensor delete now error code

Post by pk1 » Sat Sep 22, 2018 6:35 pm

Dave i woud say its. Slightly more snatchy than before go figure? Im thinking of poss putting it on the dyno at the local dealer to see what its putting out and what tha af ratio is like

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Re: Help required O2 sensor delete now error code

Post by DaveNZ » Sat Sep 22, 2018 9:38 pm

pk1 wrote:
Sat Sep 22, 2018 6:35 pm
Dave i woud say its. Slightly more snatchy than before go figure? Im thinking of poss putting it on the dyno at the local dealer to see what its putting out and what tha af ratio is like
OK, thats odd compared to what I'm getting. I know mine goes bloody well, as i ride often with 2 1290Rs, (a 2014 and a pepped up2017) both with full systems and KTM mapping, and 2 1299 panigales. and my GT doesn't lose anything. Will be interesting to see your dyno results. When i had my 2014 1290R dynoded with link pipe Acra muffler SAS removed it put out 164hp rear wheel, i would like to think the GT would be somewhere around 154-158 as it doesn't have the 1290Rs open mapping from KTM. PS I've also got a 40 tooth rear sprocket, and have a Remus can with the baffle still in, i tried it with it out, and it ran odd below 5000revs, so the 1290 needs that back pressure below 5500.
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