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Hi All, I have just purchased an arrow twin pipe exhaust system. it has a new ecu unit as well. i have to block the oxygen pipe. can anyone help me , were do i find this pipe to block.
model brutale 1090rr , cheers mark
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Paging Getec.... (he has a set of instructions).
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Wink 02 block?

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you need a BMW motorcycle M18 x1.5mm drain plug to plug the 02 sensor hole in the mid pipe

i am really surprised, my Arrow mid pipe and Shorty came with a brass plug for the 02 sensor for my 910R....
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hey, Donsy, just exactly what was that quote for?????

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Showing the guy where Glenn can be located Noel.
I think there's a few things they have to do on the 1090's that Glenn had outlayed when he did his pipe and ECU. I don't think they where talking about the Lambda sensor port, but rather something in the airbox.

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Looking forward to the answer...

Yes, I think it is an airbox thing. My MV header / ECU kit came with three rubber plugs in a little bag taped to the ECU. two are identical and one looks like it's job is to plug a hose... In any case I don't know what any of them are for as MV did not see fit to include a set of directions. See attached picture.
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PM the guy in that link I posted up top, his names Getec, he'll send you the instructions I'm sure.

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All sorted for Mark.

Jones, PM me your email address.

I'd love to post the bloody installation instructions on this site.

But the person who provided these to me asked me not to 'publicly display' - and I will honour that agreement.


Plugs are for secondary air inlet hole on the valve cover and on the bottom of the airbox.


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All sorted for Mark.

Jones, PM me your email address.

I'd love to post the bloody installation instructions on this site.

But the person who provided these to me asked me not to 'publicly display' - and I will honour that agreement.


Plugs are for secondary air inlet hole on the valve cover and on the bottom of the airbox.
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