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Exhaust valve error - custom slip on question

I have one question. I was speaking to my MV Agusta dealer about this bodis slip on im looking to get (or any aftermarket custom slip on) and he said that because the slip on removes the original exhaust valve that the computer will have an error and will plash on the screen "exhaust valve error".

Does the bodis exhaust system come with any exhaust valve eliminator, which fools the computer to thinking it is there? How do you get rid of the error?

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I have one question. I was speaking to my MV Agusta dealer about this bodis slip on im looking to get (or any aftermarket custom slip on) and he said that because the slip on removes the original exhaust valve that the computer will have an error and will plash on the screen "exhaust valve error".

Does the bodis exhaust system come with any exhaust valve eliminator, which fools the computer to thinking it is there? How do you get rid of the error?

Thanks,

Chris

Remove the cables...leave the actuator.

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Yup my exhaust valve contraption keeps malfunctioning ,forcing valve half closed all the time. No choice but to disable. Dam servos.
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And how do you disable/remove it?

Sorry bit of a novice to this
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You simply unhook the wire cables going to the exhaust valve...at the exhaust valve.

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You simply unhook the wire cables going to the exhaust valve...at the exhaust valve.
Does doing this all it takes to get rid of the error coming up on the screen?
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I hope so, it better, as I need my bike working this week! I am at 10K miles on my 14 RR. I'm not sure how it triggers the fault per se, but I lose power as the valve gets stuck only partially open. At least the valve won't be stuck half open and struggling to adjust.

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Yup my exhaust valve contraption keeps malfunctioning ,forcing valve half closed all the time. No choice but to disable. Dam servos.

My dealer said the servo gears are plastic and obviously prone to strip. You'd think at $28K and an extra $1 for metal gears they could avoid the issue all together. The cost to get it sorted was over $800. Yay warranty.

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These tailpipe valves. Surfed the internet for pictures of one taken apart and there is a small RC car electric motor in it with plastic RC car type gears. with the control cables that invariably stretch and the whole contraption corroding over time, I can imagine this is yet another regular maintenance item on the bike...

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Riding this week without the cables attached to the valve and I have never had my bike throttle feel so predictable ever! No warnings show up on dash anymore, either. Exhaust sounds proper now, rather than going from super quiet to screaming at 4K rpm transition when valve starts moving.

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