|Posted on Tuesday, February 09, 2016 - 04:58 pm: ||
I was able to purchase the EBR 1190RX Exhaust tips and ECM combo. It use to come with instruction from EBR. There are no instructions with it just the hardware from EBR (LAP). I assume it will be the same as the 1125R instructions; however, I would like to see them. Does anyone have a copy they can post or email me with? Was there anything but the tips and ECM? Bolts or clamps?
|Posted on Tuesday, February 09, 2016 - 05:10 pm: ||
No instructions with mine either but ECM is under the seat and TPS reset is same as 1125.
Make sure tips go all the way down inside the sleeve and the clamps needs to be tighter than you think..
|Posted on Tuesday, February 09, 2016 - 06:55 pm: ||
ECM Replacement Procedure
When replacing the ECM on all 2014 EBR 1190 models, the following steps must be followed to ensure
the bike will run properly after the new ECM installed on the bike:
1) Clear fault codes
1". The replacement ECM may contain incidental historic fault codes that are logged
due to the initial ECM configuration process. Clear these codes using the
instrument cluster before performing the TPS reset using the following
a. Turn the ignition switch on.
b. Press the top button on the instrument cluster to access the "Menu".
c. Scroll to "Diagnostics" and select.
d. Scroll to "Historic Faults" and select.
e. Scroll to "Clear Faults" and select.
f. Scroll to "Yes" and select.
g. Exit menu.
2) TPS reset
1. Turn the key on and make sure the handlebar kill switch is in the run position.
2. Do not start the bike.
3. Turn throttle to full open and hold about one second.
4. Release throttle completely so it snaps shut. Wait one second.
5. Repeat the steps 3 and 4 (full throttle, hold, and release) two more times.
6. Turn the key off for at least two seconds.
7. Turn the ignition key on and start the bike.
3) IAC averaging reset
1.. After completing the TPS reset procedure, leave the bike running and allow it to
warm to operating temperature before riding. This process will allow the IAC to reset properly.
|Posted on Tuesday, March 01, 2016 - 05:17 pm: ||
@Ursus, Thanks so much for the procedures. I should be doing the ECM swap this week if all goes well. WV has changed the rules around exhaust noise so I am working through that to be sure I will be OK.
|Posted on Tuesday, March 01, 2016 - 06:05 pm: ||
I think you should be ok as far as noise. I have the same set up on mine and it is not much louder then stock, just a lil deeper tone. Wish it was a lil bit louder but I'm getting use to the idea of being a lil more stealthier these days.
|Posted on Wednesday, March 02, 2016 - 09:35 am: ||
It gets loud when you get those RPMs up but you don't realize because you have a helmet on.
|Posted on Friday, March 11, 2016 - 09:24 am: ||
Stealth is smart.
The loud guy is your Rubber Duck, what'd ya think R.D. stood for?