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PCC TUTORIAL - Removing The Servo Motor & Exhaust Flap On Your BMW R9T

PCC TUTORIAL - Removing The Servo Motor & Exhaust Flap On Your BMW R9T

In this tutorial, we'll show you how to remove the Servo Motor and Exhaust Flap of your R9T. This is a modification that many BMW R nine T owners carry out and isn't difficult to do at home with a few tools and a cup of coffee on the go. The exhaust flap on the R9T isn't really required for anything other than restricting the noise and often end up seizing in place anyway - getting rid of it is a no-brainer as far as we're concerned.

Parts Required;

Exhaust Flap Delete Pipe - https://piercitycustom.com/search?type=product%2Carticle%2Cpage&q=Eliminator

Servo Buddy - https://piercitycustom.com/products/servo-buddy-bmw-r9t

Tools Required; a ratchet, T30 Torx bit, T40 Torx bit, T45 Torx bit, side cutters and a few zip ties.

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