This question relates to my 2012 Yamaha R6.
I removed the kickstand safety actuator because it was bugging me, I found it useless, and my habit is often to lift the kickstand when I start moving which I was prevented from doing by this device. So when I removed it I traced the cable all the way to its next connection, pulled out the actuator plus the entire length of now useless cable which was about 4 ft long and just soldered the pins together because I like to keep things clean and leaving that useless cable in place would have irritated my obsessive compulsive personality. Lol
I'm now about to replace my exup servo with a graves exup eliminator plug and am wondering if it's the same sort of thing.. Just making the connection. I wonder if rather than using the plug if I can just pull the whole cable out and solder the pins like I did with the other thing.
If all the plug is doing is creating a connection to fake the exup servo then I don't really need it and can do the same thing with solder. But if there is any sort of circuitry in the plug then I probably need it. I am not prepared to disassemble this plug I just spent $60 on to find out tho. :/