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Getting Termi Slip On for Monster 1200 R. What to do About Servo?

2016 Monster 1200 R is getting a Termi slip on w/up-map (p/n 96480921A).

Do I need to do anything about the servo?

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there may be some instructions with the slip-on to deal with this.

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there may be some instructions with the slip-on to deal with this.
Th Termi slip-on doesn't come with anything for the servo, I wasn't expecting it to.

I started the thread to get advice on what I should do regarding the servo, if anything.

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60% of the time, it works every time.
So, do I just disconnect the servo and plug this in?

Or, do I completely remove the servo when using this type of device?

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So, do I just disconnect the servo and plug this in?

Or, do I completely remove the servo when using this type of device?

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Yes, you can remove the servo, cable - the lot. Just make sure you mount the servo eliminator so that it's protected from exhaust heat.
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^^What he said. Guess you could leave it in there if you wanted, but taking out the servo is less junk/ weight in there. And that alone is worth somewhere in the neighborhood of 1-45 HP. HELLO 6TH GEAR WHEELIES!

Just kidding. But yes, it's a simple plug and play. And I'm being totally cereal aboot that.

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I dont think the new map is made to eliminate the servo. With a slip-on I'd just leave it alone and functionaing, If I got a full system and a custom map I'd have it shut off in the flash.
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