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I'm in the process of installing my Termi pipes and am at the point where the exhaust valve servo needs to be removed and the dongle installed in place of it. The problem is, the instructions are not clear on how to access and remove the servo. I've removed the battery cover from the bottom of the bike and the heat sink is hanging with the two large connectors attached to it. However, there are all sorts of other parts in the way of accessing the servo and the instructions make it sound like a one bolt removal process. I disagree... Has anyone accomplished this and by chance have pictures??




Thanks in advance for the support!


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Removing the servo is a lot of work for saving just a few ounces of weight.
You risk having a CE light and having to spend on a Ducc-EE.
Why not simply grind-off the screws holding the exhaust flap?
It's easy and readily accessible.
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