I wanted to give people a step by step how-to on installing the removable subframe for the #FZ07 / #MT07 Tools required: Tape measure (Imperial or Metric) Something to mark with (Sharpie, Paint Pen, Scribe, etc) Hacksaw or Angle Grinder Flap Disc or File Welder (Tig preferably) Fire Extinguisher Robem Engineering Subframe Start by understanding this is a non-reversable modification. Not following these directions could result in permanent damage to your motorcycle or person.
A lot of us remove the key switch on the Yamaha FZ-07 on racebikes for convenience and weight savings, one less thing to lose or get damaged in a crash. The issue for doing this when running aRacer is the way capturing logged information is stored and if power is cycled on the ECU it is lost, this isn't an issue when you have both a key switch and killswitch but with a key switch eliminator, we have to have a way to keep power at the ECU until can access the information logge
Here is a quick tip that will also save some trouble when trying to set up the aRacer quick shifter on the FZ. Since the module plugs directly into the narrowband 02 sensor location it needs to match the R3 pinout in order to get power, ground and signal all in the correct locations, because they don't match. Here is the finished result of what you're going after looking at the harness from the side going to the aRacer quick shifter module. The process is pretty simple but h
When installing the aRacer ecu on the FZ or MT-07 you might notice the fuel pump doesn't prime. Above is a quick and simple fix to solve the issue and get your bike started. Simple open the lock on the ecu pins it pushes down by pushing on the two white tabs on the side that normally plugs into the ecu. Now carefully count to the correct wire locations and lift up on the small catch the keeps the pin from pulling out while applying a little backward pressure the pin will pu