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Old Jun 3rd 2017, 11:26 PM   #11
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Don't bother draining gas if the bike was fine two days ago, that won't be your problem.

+1 on the plugs
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Old Jun 4th 2017, 12:52 PM   #12
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Gas smell is not from bad gas, it is from unburned gas.

bad plugs produce gas smell


I would start with plugs as well, and keep fingers crossed its not a sensor as advised earlier
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Old Jun 5th 2017, 07:02 PM   #13
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Check your flapper valve on your exhaust to make sure it isn't seized/stuck shut. Happened to me and the bike sounded and ran like shit. Ended up safety wiring it in the open position.
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Old Jun 23rd 2017, 02:35 PM   #14
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Update on bike . I took it to the dealership over 2 weeks ago and still haven't gotten it back but that's another story. They told me it's an exhaust sensor that's stuck in the closed position. I was also told that the only way to repair it is to flash the ecu and bypass that sensor. Also because the only way to fix it is an aftermarket flash it's not covered under the extended warranty.
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Old Jun 23rd 2017, 03:03 PM   #15
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just get rid of the servo flap and dont worry about by passing it. it will throw an internal code that wont display on your dashboard.

also, if you purchase servo buddy or duc.ee devices, they wont do s##t to keep the bike from throwing and internal error (which won't affect the way the bike rides)

only way to be error free is modifying the ECU like they told you, BUT, you don't HAVE to if you don't wanna spend $300 to do so...
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Old Jun 23rd 2017, 03:33 PM   #16
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What a great dealer. They should have just disconnected and wired open the exhaust flapper and thrown away the exhaust motor for you.
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Old Jun 23rd 2017, 05:57 PM   #17
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Update on bike . I took it to the dealership over 2 weeks ago and still haven't gotten it back but that's another story. They told me it's an exhaust sensor that's stuck in the closed position. I was also told that the only way to repair it is to flash the ecu and bypass that sensor. Also because the only way to fix it is an aftermarket flash it's not covered under the extended warranty.
LMFAO...the dealer said "the only way to repair it" is to flash the ECU. I would say, "Ok, cool, while I weigh my options, can you give me that in writing"...Watch them change their tune. There is NO fuking way that a dealership said to flash ur ECU and its the only way to repair the bike. If they refuse, call DNA and tell them what your dealer is saying. After they slap the dik of the dealership, they will quickly fix your bike the right way.

Morons.

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Originally Posted by Antman35 View Post
Update on bike . I took it to the dealership over 2 weeks ago and still haven't gotten it back but that's another story. They told me it's an exhaust sensor that's stuck in the closed position. I was also told that the only way to repair it is to flash the ecu and bypass that sensor. Also because the only way to fix it is an aftermarket flash it's not covered under the extended warranty.
Each exhaust pipe has an O2 sensor. But never heard anyone use the term "stuck closed" with sensors. As someone else suggested are you sure they are not talking about the flapper valve. If that is the case just disconnect it.
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Old Jun 23rd 2017, 07:20 PM   #19
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They literally told me the only way to fix it is to reflash it. I went back and forth with the guy about that being rediculous but they kept telling me the same thing. New tires fix an oil leak and this reflash has taken 9 days. They told me the bike would be ready today and when I called they said it's not ready. Not having a good experience here
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They literally told me the only way to fix it is to reflash it. I went back and forth with the guy about that being rediculous but they kept telling me the same thing. New tires fix an oil leak and this reflash has taken 9 days. They told me the bike would be ready today and when I called they said it's not ready. Not having a good experience here
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Start the conversation with "My dealer is telling me that they cant fix my bike unless they flash the ECU with an aftermarket firmware and it will void my warranty. I dont think its a good idea my dealer flashes my ECU beyond factory parameters, what do you think ?"

That will get the wheels going. Your dealer will regret their B.S.

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