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PostSubject: Removal of stock header and pipe   Mon Mar 11, 2013 3:31 pm

So i've got the stock header off and was yanking on the pipe when i noticed the two wires going into the mid-pipe area.

1. What are these?
2. What do i do with them?

Putting on the powerbomb/q4

please respond as if you are talking to a 34 year old male who struggles to do anything remotely mechanical.
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bambo

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PostSubject: Re: Removal of stock header and pipe   Mon Mar 11, 2013 4:14 pm

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PostSubject: Re: Removal of stock header and pipe   Mon Mar 11, 2013 4:16 pm

bambo wrote:
http://wr250rforum.forumotion.com/t6484-exup-exhaust-ultimate-power-valve?highlight=Exup
Do this- http://wr250rforum.forumotion.com/t627-cheapest-diy-servo-bypass

Ah, ok. I bought the Graves exup bypass. I assume I follow the wires to were they plug in, pull them out and plug in the grave bypass?
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PostSubject: Re: Removal of stock header and pipe   Mon Mar 11, 2013 5:30 pm

Counselor wrote:

Ah, ok. I bought the Graves exup bypass. I assume I follow the wires to were they plug in, pull them out and plug in the grave bypass?

When you remove the servo motor you have to unplug a wiring harness that runs into it. It's as simple as unplugging a vacuum cleaner. The motor goes in the attic and you are left with a dangling harness. Plug the graves bypass into the harness then find a place to tuck it away. There is plenty of space with the motor gone.

The graves thingy just tricks the CPU into thinking the servo motor is still there so you don't throw error codes.
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PostSubject: Re: Removal of stock header and pipe   Mon Mar 11, 2013 8:02 pm

gatorfan wrote:
Counselor wrote:

Ah, ok. I bought the Graves exup bypass. I assume I follow the wires to were they plug in, pull them out and plug in the grave bypass?

When you remove the servo motor you have to unplug a wiring harness that runs into it. It's as simple as unplugging a vacuum cleaner. The motor goes in the attic and you are left with a dangling harness. Plug the graves bypass into the harness then find a place to tuck it away. There is plenty of space with the motor gone.

The graves thingy just tricks the CPU into thinking the servo motor is still there so you don't throw error codes.

I figured it all out.

Last couple of questions.

1. Is everyone using the contact cleaner where the header meets the engine?
2. Are you using high temp silicone on the header connection to the engine?
3. Are you using high temp silicone on the header/pipe connection?
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PostSubject: Re: Removal of stock header and pipe   Mon Mar 11, 2013 11:51 pm

1. Is everyone using the contact cleaner where the header meets the engine?
No.
2. Are you using high temp silicone on the header connection to the engine?
Yes
3. Are you using high temp silicone on the header/pipe connection?"
Yes
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Counselor




PostSubject: Re: Removal of stock header and pipe   Tue Mar 12, 2013 12:13 am

TwilightZone wrote:
1. Is everyone using the contact cleaner where the header meets the engine?
No.
2. Are you using high temp silicone on the header connection to the engine?
Yes
3. Are you using high temp silicone on the header/pipe connection?"
Yes

Thank you for your help (and to the others as well).
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