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Re: EXUP Actuator Removal
« Reply #150 on: Oct 19, 2016, 10:05:40 pm »
Thanks.  That is where I took the pic today when visiting my bike at the painters ( I'd like him to get it done).

There were mentions of cables ?  Will they get disconnected at both ends (where ever they go).

Do I have to plug anything up, or just remove the motor and install the 12o'clock eliminator ?

Will I have to get the bike re-tuned after removing the servo motor ? The ECU got flashed from a speed shop in a different state before I got it.

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    Re: EXUP Actuator Removal
    « Reply #151 on: Oct 19, 2016, 10:52:42 pm »
    Yes, disconnect both ends of cables.
    No, you don't have to plug anything but that 12O'clock eliminator. (see page #8 of this thread)
    I don't need to re-tune my bike.
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    Re: EXUP Actuator Removal
    « Reply #152 on: Oct 20, 2016, 12:16:54 am »
    Thanks Man
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      Re: EXUP Actuator Removal
      « Reply #153 on: Feb 04, 2020, 12:22:28 am »
      With one of my earlier Raiders I just put a SuperTrapp Slip-on BEHIND the Exup valve (I left the Exup valve intact) It seemed to help in the MID RANGE. My guess is the Raider has so much power it won't know the difference. My current 2016 Raider has the Performance exhaust system and the Exup removed and works fine.  PEACE  O8O RIDE SAFE

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      I'll admit the V&H system looks a lot better than my SuperTrapp slip-on
      « Last Edit: Feb 04, 2020, 12:32:31 am by BorderlandBiker »

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      Re: EXUP Actuator Removal
      « Reply #154 on: Feb 20, 2020, 11:25:09 am »
      Removed the whole thing, plugged in the emulator. Rode.  No noticeable change in performance at low end, high end felt great. 

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      Re: EXUP Actuator Removal
      « Reply #155 on: Jun 25, 2020, 12:17:19 am »
      Great thread. Now a question.Bought with V&H exhaust, my servo has been disconnected for At least
       5 years on my Ď12 Raider. Now the code 17 engine lite comes on after about 10 miles. I see that the cables are not there, so why would the code come on? How would I find the wiring to install an emulator? Any help would be appreciated- thanks

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      Re: EXUP Actuator Removal
      « Reply #156 on: Jun 25, 2020, 02:55:08 am »
      If the cables are removed you shouldn't have an issue. If the exup is still in place and the electrical connector is still plugged into it you should not have a fault code. If the connector is unplugged you need a plug it exup eliminator. I used this one from 12 o/c labs

      http://shop.12oclocklabs.com/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=94


      If you need an eliminator you might as well remove the xup. For the record I have V&H 2:1 and have no issues at all.
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      Re: EXUP Actuator Removal
      « Reply #157 on: Jun 25, 2020, 11:22:38 am »
      Thanks Fiddles- I think I can see the connection to the servo just about in the middle, just in front of the fender skirt, and it is plugged in. My buddy is using my lift, doing his clutch, so Iím a bit on hold, but am ordering the Eliminator..

        Do you, or anyone know if that code is only for the servo( that is an inop)? And if so, why would the code suddenly pop up if there is no reason for it, as the servo is plugged in and just the cables have been removed? Thanks guys!

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      Re: EXUP Actuator Removal
      « Reply #158 on: Oct 03, 2020, 09:10:37 am »
      I bouth a Raider with stock exhaust but guted. The code and the check engine for the Exup are present. Didn t had a chance to look in to it, ecup valve is connected but not working. Also bouyh an exup eliminator. My question is, for my configuration should i plug in the Eliminator or recover the exup system and make it work.

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      Re: EXUP Actuator Removal
      « Reply #159 on: Oct 03, 2020, 05:28:49 pm »
      I bouth a Raider with stock exhaust but guted. The code and the check engine for the Exup are present. Didn t had a chance to look in to it, ecup valve is connected but not working. Also bouyh an exup eliminator. My question is, for my configuration should i plug in the Eliminator or recover the exup system and make it work.

      I am surprised your bike is running well, as if the exup butterfly valve is still in the exhaust with the actual exup not working correctly, the engine will make the exhaust pop and bang.

      Either replace the exup motor and ensure you have the cables, or change the exhaust and remove the exup all together and get the eliminator to kill the engine check light. If you need a working exup motor, I have two spares
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      Re: EXUP Actuator Removal
      « Reply #160 on: Oct 04, 2020, 12:45:26 am »
      I bouth a Raider with stock exhaust but guted. The code and the check engine for the Exup are present. Didn t had a chance to look in to it, ecup valve is connected but not working. Also bouyh an exup eliminator. My question is, for my configuration should i plug in the Eliminator or recover the exup system and make it work.

      I am surprised your bike is running well, as if the exup butterfly valve is still in the exhaust with the actual exup not working correctly, the engine will make the exhaust pop and bang.

      Either replace the exup motor and ensure you have the cables, or change the exhaust and remove the exup all together and get the eliminator to kill the engine check light. If you need a working exup motor, I have two spares
      The exup valve is blocked on open and indeed it s poping when decelerating. I added an exup eliminator for the errors and now they are gone. Thing is i m searching for a stock slipon, going deaf here, but you know, in Europe it s kinda hard to find raider parts. I ll remove the servo motor at some point and see if it s dead.

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      Re: EXUP Actuator Removal
      « Reply #161 on: Oct 04, 2020, 04:53:43 am »
      I bouth a Raider with stock exhaust but guted. The code and the check engine for the Exup are present. Didn t had a chance to look in to it, ecup valve is connected but not working. Also bouyh an exup eliminator. My question is, for my configuration should i plug in the Eliminator or recover the exup system and make it work.

      I am surprised your bike is running well, as if the exup butterfly valve is still in the exhaust with the actual exup not working correctly, the engine will make the exhaust pop and bang.

      Either replace the exup motor and ensure you have the cables, or change the exhaust and remove the exup all together and get the eliminator to kill the engine check light. If you need a working exup motor, I have two spares
      The exup valve is blocked on open and indeed it s poping when decelerating. I added an exup eliminator for the errors and now they are gone. Thing is i m searching for a stock slipon, going deaf here, but you know, in Europe it s kinda hard to find raider parts. I ll remove the servo motor at some point and see if it s dead.

      I've replied to your PM
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