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03-14-2016 02:58 AM
Gasket sorry yes i bought it from adam.. and apparently everyone has directed me to him as using his data logger and a lamda sensor he then re does the eprom to suit the individual bike.. he sent me an e3 i think then i log everything for a few races send the info and he'll send me an updated chip so yes he can make it better so im fitting a lamda sensor
03-13-2016 07:50 PM


you tell me ......thought Adam was working primarily on the 1000S

03-13-2016 06:41 PM
jimboF4 Noel,
The F4 750 is long gone, my 750 is now 15 years old, there ain't going to be any real improvements data logging or not. Adam lives two miles from me, if the 750 could be made better don't you think we would have done it by now?
03-13-2016 05:59 PM

As close as possible to the exhaust port......on 1 or 4

If he sends his data logging files and chip to Adam...... It will be a big help to 750 F4


03-13-2016 08:56 AM
jimboF4 Gasket,

sorry but i cannot see why you are trying to fit a lamda sensor on an F4 750, the sensor cannot act with the 1.6m ECU, the fuel tables for the 750 are on the EPROM chip.

Or am i missing something? Have you an update interface with a aftermarket fuel module?
03-13-2016 07:31 AM
f4 750 lamda sensor

hey all bought the exhaust sensor , data logger and eprom of joe. has anyone fitted the exhaust sensor before.. I'm not exactly sure where to put it.. was thinking either straight out of head on pipe 1 which is in pic ex1 or down after the weld directly behind the sump pic ex3 which means pipes 1 and 2 are together..

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