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Old May 18th 2015, 04:31 PM   #11
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Servo is on the left side of the engine I believe.
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Old May 18th 2015, 07:19 PM   #12
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Doesn't the flapper valve only muffle sound when you're cruising along? It's open when you're accelerating, as far as I understand it, so the engine is loud and breathing freely when you're on the gas, and not loud and blowing your ear drums out if you're riding slab. Why would you want to disable or disconnect it?

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Old May 18th 2015, 11:34 PM   #13
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That's not how it works

The valve closes around 3000 at about 60 kph in top gear. Sounds like you have dropped a cylinder. Its a noise reduction thing for drive by noise tests. Big topic here when the bikes first came out.

Disconnecting the cable does no harm.
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Old May 19th 2015, 01:49 AM   #14
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Originally Posted by BadBoyBeltran View Post
Servo is on the left side of the engine I believe.
Its under the front cylinder behind he radiator area. If you put some full system on you can remove it all.
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Old May 19th 2015, 03:20 AM   #15
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Termignoni slip ons come originally with a plug that substitute the servo. The installation instruction also covers removing the servo mechanism.
Only the butterfly valve itself is left (as it is in front of the Y pipe), but it is sprung to open position by default, so it no longer has any effect on noise/performance (well, it shouldnt affect performance anyway).
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Originally Posted by Marmoot View Post
Termignoni slip ons come originally with a plug that substitute the servo. The installation instruction also covers removing the servo mechanism.
Only the butterfly valve itself is left (as it is in front of the Y pipe), but it is sprung to open position by default, so it no longer has any effect on noise/performance (well, it shouldnt affect performance anyway).
that's what I read on the install manual.
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What happens with the slip-on Akra's for the 2015 Panigale-R - cats & flapper valve remain or are the cats in the stock cans ?
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Old May 21st 2015, 02:43 AM   #18
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Originally Posted by Marmoot View Post
Termignoni slip ons come originally with a plug that substitute the servo. The installation instruction also covers removing the servo mechanism.
Only the butterfly valve itself is left (as it is in front of the Y pipe), but it is sprung to open position by default, so it no longer has any effect on noise/performance (well, it shouldnt affect performance anyway).
Glad there is no big lump of metal in the middle of my exhaust flow.
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Cats are in the stock mufflers.
Flapper is before the Y pipe.
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