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Old Nov 10th 2015, 03:57 PM   #1
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Turn off 02 sensors in stock ECU

Ok fellow board members, I have a question. What is the most economical way to get my 02 sensors in the ECU disabled? I called one shop that can get into the ECU and they said $285. I think that is high as shit for a 5 min process. What are my options? The only thing I need is the 02 sensors disabled, that it. Go.....
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Old Nov 11th 2015, 02:54 PM   #2
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What are your trying to accomplish by disabling the stock sensors?
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Old Nov 11th 2015, 03:15 PM   #3
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What are your trying to accomplish by disabling the stock sensors?
I'm going to install the new termi front exit full exhaust system and we will be using the wide band 02 sensors and the RapidBike my tune modules.

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Old Nov 11th 2015, 03:50 PM   #4
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very cool

I have the Akropovic DP slip on's with the" Up map" on my 1299 S and added the
RapidBike Racing module and the Sprint filter.. After riding it for about 30 miles it tuned itself with the stock lo band sensors and runs so much better off throttle now compared to how it was before Much smoother throttle response at slower speeds in town

I looked at the full systems but they only add another 3 to 5 h/p and I just didn't want to go the $5K cost for just a little more hp.. The 1299 has 60 mm pipes and the 1199 had 57 mm pipes if that makes any real difference.. Let us know how it works out..

BTW... From what I understand, the Rapid Bike module uses the O2 sensors to self tune.. It sends a signal to the ECU telling it that everything is within the factory range (but it actually alters the A/F ratios downstream) and fools the ECU so it doesn't come back and reset everything.. Pretty smart compared to the Bazzaz and Dynojet Power Commander stuff.

All I knew is that it transformed my bike from a bucking kicking monster at lower speeds to a much better running bike and it gets better the more I ride it..( I just have mine is the shop for other issues now)
And it also does not run near as hot as it used to..!! These bikes are running REAL LEAN from the factory to pass the EPA and CARB regulations.. They need more fuel in the lower throttle areas from what I have seen on the Dyno I had run on my bike......
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Originally Posted by speedy14 View Post
very cool

I have the Akropovic DP slip on's with the" Up map" on my 1299 S and added the
RapidBike Racing module and the Sprint filter.. After riding it for about 30 miles it tuned itself with the stock lo band sensors and runs so much better off throttle now compared to how it was before Much smoother throttle response at slower speeds in town

I looked at the full systems but they only add another 3 to 5 h/p and I just didn't want to go the $5K cost for just a little more hp.. The 1299 has 60 mm pipes and the 1199 had 57 mm pipes if that makes any real difference.. Let us know how it works out..

BTW... From what I understand, the Rapid Bike module uses the O2 sensors to self tune.. It sends a signal to the ECU telling it that everything is within the factory range (but it actually alters the A/F ratios downstream) and fools the ECU so it doesn't come back and reset everything.. Pretty smart compared to the Bazzaz and Dynojet Power Commander stuff.

All I knew is that it transformed my bike from a bucking kicking monster at lower speeds to a much better running bike and it gets better the more I ride it..( I just have mine is the shop for other issues now)
And it also does not run near as hot as it used to..!! These bikes are running REAL LEAN from the factory to pass the EPA and CARB regulations.. They need more fuel in the lower throttle areas from what I have seen on the Dyno I had run on my bike......
Speedy, I'm sponsored by Yaman and Rapdibike and I probably have more race miles using RB than anyone on the board. I'm very aware of all the great things about RB and I have been using the stock 02 sensors to tune the bike. Luckily for me, my other sponsor Bellissimoto is going to get me the new front exhaust exhaust and for what I'm using the bike for, we decided that the wide band sensors are a better solution for this application. Looks like Rexxer is the option I may have to go with, but I'm not excited about paying $300 for a simple de-activation of the 02 sensors.
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Tuneboy disables the O2 sensors and works with widebands for tuning
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Tuneboy disables the O2 sensors and works with widebands for tuning
Why would I purchase tuneboy when I already have RapidBike? That makes a lot of sense.
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Originally Posted by Ljuice26 View Post
Speedy, I'm sponsored by Yaman and Rapdibike and I probably have more race miles using RB than anyone on the board. I'm very aware of all the great things about RB and I have been using the stock 02 sensors to tune the bike. Luckily for me, my other sponsor Bellissimoto is going to get me the new front exhaust exhaust and for what I'm using the bike for, we decided that the wide band sensors are a better solution for this application. Looks like Rexxer is the option I may have to go with, but I'm not excited about paying $300 for a simple de-activation of the 02 sensors.
What I like about the Rapid Bike unit is from what I have been told, it uses the low band CO2 sensors to adjust the lower throttle positions (ie street riding area of the throttle) that are not usually controlled by the "Auto Tuning" features of the Power Commander and Bazazz units.
* The main problem I was having with my bike was the atrocious throttle response and surging etc riding around town. I had to keep it over 5k rpm just to keep it from bucking and kicking like it was going to die on me.. Now it runs the way it should have from the factory..

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Why would I purchase tuneboy when I already have RapidBike? That makes a lot of sense.
Hey you ask about options to disable your O2s correct? Tune boy tunes disable your O2s...a little more than 300 but you can go back to stock and you dont need to send out your ECU to have it done.

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Old Dec 1st 2015, 11:22 PM   #10
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I'm running rexxer ecu flash map (is great btw!) and it disables the o2 sensors.
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