02 sensor eliminators

Jun 2015
51
0
Czech Republic
Does anyone know if they are available anywhere on the interweb? I am not able to find a vendor, which is strange as the engine’s been on the market for three years now and the eliminators are widely available for other bikes. (And no, thanks, I am not going to buy Rexxer or RapidBike unit right now.)
 
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Mar 2013
2,339
4
Naples, IT
You can't just eliminate them. If you richen the exhaust sample by removing a cat, you can reduce what they sample by altering the bungs. But the ECU wants that reference signal...unless you put a tune on it that eliminates that reference.
 
Jul 2014
1,260
1
California
I asked Rottweiler Performance since they make quick & easy O2 eliminators for KTM but they don't have anything yet.

Looks like your best bet is Rapidbike or some kinda ECU tune.
 
Jul 2013
134
3
Tujunga
Is there still no way to run no sensors? I have a buddy who's ecu just got fried because of a bad o2 sensor. (According to Ducati dealer service department) we want to make sure this never happens again.
 
Mar 2013
2,339
4
Naples, IT
That sounds pretty sketchy. I know I have bad O2(s) and the bike just feels like it could run a little better. To fry the ECU, you'd probably have to have a short or power spike. The lambda's get their power from the ECU leads. Not impossible but would be a 1st on this forum.
 
Jul 2013
134
3
Tujunga
This is what pro Italia said. It could be they misdiagnosed the coil problem in it's early stage. We swapped my ecu into my friends and my ecu was good. Sensors completely unplugged before my ecu got plugged in. Few days later his bike is Christmas lighting and my ecu is no good now. I want to cry! We both have no hyper now and two bad ecus. And dealer refuses to acknowledge the coil is issue and instead blames that we should have had the o2 sensors plugged in! Lol