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I know this topic has been discussed in the past, but I have not found any options available for the new 2018 bikes. I live and work for a new Beta Dealer (Auburn Extreme Powersports) in California, and we are having a difficult time mapping the RR-S bikes for full FMF exhausts. We have tried contacting Beta Support several times for this issue to no avail, and we typically are given the runaround when transferring to techs and secretaries. From what we can gather, the FMF flash is designed for the RR bikes, but not the street-legal counterparts. Every time we try to install the FMF map onto an RR-S errors occur, and the programmer screen goes virtually blank. We have heard through the grapevine that some are using the RR maps on the RR-S with success, but we have yet to try it, even on our own bikes for fear that it will permanently erase or damage the CDI. Any and all help or suggestions regarding this topic would surely be appreciated! Thanks, Ben.
I have a 2018 Fe 501. I’m curious about removing th emissions from these bikes and the ktm 500. Is there a performance gain by doing this? Is there anywhere anyone could direct me that has a detailed write up on this and what exactly is involved in the process? Im just curious as to why I hear people are doing this. I don't see what there is to gain from it. Please enlighten me Thanks
Just a couple months ago I finally bought a DRZ, a new one, a 2019; I guess you could say it was “new old stock”. I am in Texas and the bike came from an out of state dealer in Louisiana. With only a few miles on it I am already starting down the path of modifications. The first was a New Concepts seat which is a great improvement. Now I am learning that this bike is a “California bike”. It has California emissions. I am not too happy about this but, at this point it is what it is right? So do I try to sell it? Or keep it and start removing the the emissions? Do I remove the EVAP system, the PAIR valve, and what else? I have bought the JD jet kit and was getting ready to install it. While I am in there, should I remove the emissions stuff? What do you guys think?
I just came into possession of a 250L that had some body work done to it and besides some minor cosmetics is entirely stock, except there’s no emissions label. I didn’t realize this was a requirement so the DMV got pretty meticulous about the bike and sent me to the manufacturer to get a letter. That letter didn’t fly with them and I was redirected to the Bureau of Automotive Repair to get an emissions test and a label from them. They sent me to dealerships in the area to get them to order a new label for me, because they should legally be able to but so far the ones I’ve contacted explicitly said they won’t look at motorcycles. I even reached back out to the manufacturer on how it didn’t make sense every entity was volleying me to the next without any proper channel to acquire a new...sticker. It’s a sticker. Anyway, I bought the bike thinking it already had registration and passed street legal standards but found out afterward it’s not. That’s a whole other issue and I need the emissions sticker to get this thing through to complete registration (or else I have a lot of refunds I need to issue). Does anyone know a good parts guy in/around LA I can go through to get this? Or if anyone has a 2016 emissions sticker? I just need it for the DMV inspection because I’ve been tossed around by every possible avenue so far. I saw an older post 5 years ago about this but wasn’t sure if the emissions label varies per model year and haven’t gotten any response on the issue.