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Sal_the_man
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September 8, 2018, 02:46 PM

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Originally Posted by beatle View Post
I bought the bike with the fender eliminator and the exhaust. I had the issue before I did anything else.
Hmm I'm curious if it will affect your warranty. I presume you're filing for a "lemon law" since your warranty is still valid...

I'd definitely do it. My instinct would be to use another ECU and gauge as well. If the problem still persists then there's something funky with the relays or cables


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