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Hey Everyone,

I finally received my sc project conic exhaust after a more than a month of waiting! Unforutantley, after I put everything together, it seems that the o2 sensor is not long enough. No matter what I try to slightly adjust I’m still about 1/4 inch short. A couple questions:

Has anyone else had this issue when mounting this exhaust?
Are there longer o2 sensor cables available for these situations?
I have seen o2 sensor eliminator kits. I am skeptical of these. Has anyone tried to fit one of these on their exhaust? See Here.



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This is a known issue with the latest version of the Sonic cone from SC Project - there's a thread here somewhere which mentions it - SC moved the sensor position forward (why?) which makes reconnecting very tight. You might be able to free up some slack by re-routing the feed to the sensor.
 

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TigerJohn. Thanks for the feedback. I was able to loosen the plugs green plastic connector, allowing for that extra slack. Put everything back together and we are good to go. I will say the pipe runs very close to the swing arm and bottom of the bike.
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I experienced the same issue but got through it by loosening the harness. Still very tight, but it works.
 

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Hiya I’ve just brought a 2019 model xsr700 and want to fit the 2016 sc project exhaust as you have.
(1) did you issue fitting?
(2) have you had any ecu problems

please help me out before I spend the £600

thanks
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TigerJohn. Thanks for the feedback. I was able to loosen the plugs green plastic connector, allowing for that extra slack. Put everything back together and we are good to go. I will say the pipe runs very close to the swing arm and bottom of the bike.
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Hi, what space you have between pipe and bottom the bike? I am touching one of the screw. Do you have this problem too or its normal?

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The issue with sensor is easy to solve. Remove the plug from the green plastic holder and you get extra 1cm length. After that is easy to connect it.
 

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Hi, what space you have between pipe and bottom the bike? I am touching one of the screw. Do you have this problem too or its normal?

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hey man, I just installed my SC today and have the same issue. One of the screw is touching at the bottom. Are you still running the bike like that? Any issues?
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Hi, try to loose the most left/last screw of the pipe where is connected to the frame and push it down as low as you can with this screw. It could help. It gives you about 1mm. I can choose between more space on the middle part of pipe and screw or touching the pipe on the back side with engine cover. I can send you some photo if its not clear. Regards.
 

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Hi, try to loose the most left/last screw of the pipe where is connected to the frame and push it down as low as you can with this screw. It could help. It gives you about 1mm. I can choose between more space on the middle part of pipe and screw or touching the pipe on the back side with engine cover. I can send you some photo if its not clear. Regards.
Hey man, a photo reference would be amazing if it's not too much of a hassle pls. I understand the bit about loosening the muffler and pushing it down. I will give that a go. Hopefully it can handle the bent.
Cheers.
 
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