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First post here! I've got a 17' 1000rr and as of right now all that's installed is a Toce slip-on (as far as things that mess with afr), but I have block off plates and an mwr filter that I've been waiting to put in for fear of hurting my blade (running too many afr adjusters without tune). I'm getting headers too so would I be better off just waiting until I have everything and then install & flash or could I install as I go then get the flash once I have everything?
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My understanding of modding the Sc77 is there is a specific order that has to be followed or it will mess with the electronic aids.
You may want to read up on the threads from RC45 and others who have gone down the path already.
I believe you want to get the ECU flashed first then start removing, disabling, and installing parts or you will have to reinstall the stock parts and systems to get everything to work properly.
 

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My understanding of modding the Sc77 is there is a specific order that has to be followed or it will mess with the electronic aids.
You may want to read up on the threads from RC45 and others who have gone down the path already.
I believe you want to get the ECU flashed first then start removing, disabling, and installing parts or you will have to reinstall the stock parts and systems to get everything to work properly.
I really hope that's not the case as I already removed and disposed of the stock exhaust components 😬
 

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I really hope that's not the case as I already removed and disposed of the stock exhaust components 😬
Did you remove the exhaust Servo motor, and where it plugs in? That will put an error message on your screen.

Like 2015HRC mentioned, once you get your flashed ecu back from the tuner, you plug it in and run the bike for 5 minutes, shut it off, then begin removing the exhaust servo plug-in, Pair plug, add Pair block off plates etc, and there shouldn't be any error messages.
 

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Did you remove the exhaust Servo motor, and where it plugs in? That will put an error message on your screen.

Like 2015HRC mentioned, once you get your flashed ecu back from the tuner, you plug it in and run the bike for 5 minutes, shut it off, then begin removing the exhaust servo plug-in, Pair plug, add Pair block off plates etc, and there shouldn't be any error messages.
Yeah I've got a servo buddy in right now so no error message, but that system (the motor and everything) is removed.
 

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Yeah I've got a servo buddy in right now so no error message, but that system (the motor and everything) is removed.
Just don't throw the PAIR solenoid or O2 sensor away once you are done. You may need them to debug issues.

As for the order of flash and having the components plugged in until the flash, its really a Woolich imposed thing if you are flashing yourself.

If you send your ECU away for flash then the tuner could test your ECU out on a bike and verify all the feature deletes are correct so that when you get your ECU back you can just plug it in and go having removed all the components from the bike while your ECU was being flashed.

So far I only know of 1 tuner that actually tests and validates ECUs are DTC and CEL free on a bike before sending them out.

You could get the flash first and then install everything afterwards. You''ll just be running a little rich until you are done.
 

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Just don't throw the PAIR solenoid or O2 sensor away once you are done. You may need them to debug issues.

As for the order of flash and having the components plugged in until the flash, its really a Woolich imposed thing if you are flashing yourself.

If you send your ECU away for flash then the tuner could test your ECU out on a bike and verify all the feature deletes are correct so that when you get your ECU back you can just plug it in and go having removed all the components from the bike while your ECU was being flashed.

So far I only know of 1 tuner that actually tests and validates ECUs are DTC and CEL free on a bike before sending them out.

You could get the flash first and then install everything afterwards. You''ll just be running a little rich until you are done.
Would I be better off taking it somewhere with a dyno that could do it on the spot? If I do go that route could I install everything and then take it down there? I was really wanting to go somewhere with a dyno anyways. How risky is running it with afr modifying parts (i.e. headers, slip-on, block off plates, air filter) installed without a flash for a day or two before I can make it to the tuner?
 
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