Exhaust servo

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Hi everyone!! Can any body tell me where I can locate the connection plug for the exhaust servo on my 1700 triumph thunderbird commander?? I’m trying to test a servo buddy to switch off the engine light as I’ve disconnected the cables on the exhaust and the bike runs a lot more responsive
Cheers growler BBEER
 

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sorry im no help here ive never had a thunderbird but i would think it would be tied in with the lambda sensor ?
 

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Thanks for reply !! I’ll try that route but at present I’m still struggling even to access the servo you can see it but short of dismantling the bike ie air box battery box I’ll have to try this one cheers any way
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no prob ! .... see if you can find a wiring diagram on line it may give you a better idea ..... good luck with it .
 

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Know the servo was installed to improve bottom end torque by restricting the exhaust at low rpm so not sure if disconnecting it will help over the long run.
GL in your endeavour to find the connection
 

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Cheers for that but I have what’s called a servo eliminatedr !! This should tell the computer that everything is working as normal and no more engine light
 

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Cheers for that but I have what’s called a servo eliminatedr !! This should tell the computer that everything is working as normal and no more engine light
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Cheers for that but I have what’s called a servo eliminatedr !! This should tell the computer that everything is working as normal and no more engine light
There is a reason U can't find it.
...... The leads are fire resistant insulated and the connector , is up in the main lume .....
The valve will be impossible to remove after a few thousand miles disconnected.
 

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Hi there don’t follow what you mean by impossible to move ?? But I’ve disconnected the plug after a struggle from beneath air box and battery tray just got to try these lil eliminates out cheers Kev
 
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