Re: Exhaust Servo
Posted: Wed May 30, 2018 12:31 am
Disconnecting the battery for a bit should remove the faults as long as they are no longer present.
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I have the O2 sensor removal plugs from Rotweiler, if i was you id go down this route, the dongles that plug in help raise the fuel air ratio so it won't run lean, the new ESE they sent me came with O2 sensor removal plugs but i stuck with the Roweiler ones i had already fitted. What i have found with the GT, when a fault occurs, and no remedy is sort the fault continues, when the fault has been sorted, the GT sorts its self while riding, or after been ridden turned off then later restarted.Billy111 wrote: ↑Tue May 29, 2018 9:31 pmHi guys. New here but have been stalking as a guest for a while! I am a couple of months in with my first KTM SDGT 2017. Great bike but I have caused myself a few problems. I fitted a Remus link pipe and servo stopper shortly after I got the bike and all was good. After a few weeks I started getting intermittent MTC failures on ignition on. The fix was ignition off and back on and no MTC failure and the bike was riding fine. I then got an engine light and diagnostics showed
'exhaust valve cable adjustment' (fault)
'exhaust pressure valve' (fault)
Dealer told me no mapping available to bypass these faults so bike needs to be returned to standard to clear errors.
I have returned bike to standard but screwed up and turned on ignition before refitting the servo motor plug and now have permanent MTC failure and bike is in limp mode.
Going to dealer on Monday to clear fault codes.
I have a Healtech ESE coming and my question is does the ESE get rid of all fault lights that removal of the CAT and servo may throw up?
Are they now reliable with the SAS and O2 sensors still in place or must this also be removed?
Has anyone had experience with the Hilltopmotorcycles mapping and what mods are worth doing to get the most out of it?
Sorry for the lengthy post and thanks in advance.
I have been searching for that video but can’t find it, du you have a link?Tmation wrote: ↑Tue Jun 12, 2018 5:46 pmElevens,
There is a video on youtube that shows the exhaust valve in operation.
When you start the bike it is in the open position (full flow), at around 5,000 rpm it closes (where the noise test for Euro 4 is done) and then after that the valve opes again for full flow.
It would seem the valve is there to just pass the noise test.
It also helps the CAT reach optimum temp to burn of unburnt gas, So noise control and CAT performance for E4 emissions testing.