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Re: 5mm spacers

Post by GDJSXSE+ » Wed Aug 03, 2022 11:01 am


Just had some made! Being delivered tomorrow so I'll let you know if they are ok. If any issues with them I'll defo buy yours. Is it best to do away with the O2 sensor all together and remap the ECU? Any advice on who to use for the Dyno / remap near Sussex? Thanks!
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Re: 5mm spacers

Post by Marchyboy » Wed Aug 03, 2022 4:43 pm


GDJSXSE+ wrote:
Wed Aug 03, 2022 11:01 am
Just had some made! Being delivered tomorrow so I'll let you know if they are ok. If any issues with them I'll defo buy yours. Is it best to do away with the O2 sensor all together and remap the ECU? Any advice on who to use for the Dyno / remap near Sussex? Thanks!
Jordan’s bikes are near you there ok I take my bike to BSD performance in Peterborough as they’ve done numerous bikes for me and there brilliant, they just done my brothers h2 sx and now it super smooth power delivery
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Re: 5mm spacers

Post by Marchyboy » Wed Aug 03, 2022 4:44 pm


Also try to get stainless steel spacers as mild steel can corrode
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Re: 5mm spacers

Post by GDJSXSE+ » Thu Aug 04, 2022 10:59 am


Hi Many thanks for the recommendation, that dyno chart looks great! Just spoke to BSD and they were helpful, I'll be using them for sure.
Yes I had the spacers made out of stainless so all good. Had a quick look at dropping the old headers off last night. Looks like you need to drain the rad and pull the bottom hose so it can swing forward a little, is that your experience? Is there a need to loosen the top rad mounts? I havent see how to get to those yet.
Any tips all greatly appreciated!
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Re: 5mm spacers

Post by Champ87 » Thu Aug 04, 2022 2:03 pm


GDJSXSE+ wrote:
Thu Aug 04, 2022 10:59 am
Any tips all greatly appreciated!
Check this thread where I posted a Guide to Exhaust Replacement. The guide will take you through the process step-by-step so you'll know what's needed before you start.

If you haven't found it yet, this forum has a list of similar useful resources. At the top of the Mods & Maintenance forum there is a sticky post titled Useful H2SX Forum Rules/Help/Links - Please Read. It lists useful posts, guides and other reference material.
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Re: 5mm spacers

Post by prettybirdSE » Thu Aug 04, 2022 4:25 pm


I'd drop the rad if it were me.Just get it outta there so you can move.Just light touches from anything against those rad fins and they will distort.
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Re: 5mm spacers

Post by GDJSXSE+ » Fri Aug 05, 2022 7:33 am


Guys,
Thanks so much for this info. The exhaust removal guide is really excellent! Stainless spacers have arrived and link pipe being delivered today so I'm hoping to be done over the weekend.
Thanks again
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Re: 5mm spacers

Post by GDJSXSE+ » Fri Aug 05, 2022 12:33 pm


Hi so the old system is now removed, I reconnected the battery and now have a blinking oil light and key light even when the key is removed! also the side lights are flashing in time with this. I can also hear a relay clicking. Is there some key reset procedure I have missed? I've removed both the O2 sensor and the Exhaust valve controller leaving the two connectors unplugged.
I havent fitted the new headers etc as yet but so I cant run it up yet. weird that I'm getting lights flashing even when the key is removed!
Any help very very welcome! - thanks
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Re: 5mm spacers

Post by GDJSXSE+ » Fri Aug 05, 2022 4:29 pm


Update!
False alarm, I noticed the fault stopped when I disconnected the charge wire to the Garmin, traced a broken wire in the small loom added to charge the Garmin. Once I located that and rectified, all was well.
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Re: 5mm spacers

Post by Champ87 » Fri Aug 05, 2022 10:50 pm


Keep in mind that you need to update the ECU settings to disable the O2 Sensor code and Exhaust Valve Servo Motor. If you don't have the software, then your tuner will be able to do that for you. Until that is done you'll get error codes and a check engine light due to the connectors being unplugged.
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