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MT-01 / Re: Stuff I want to change - remove reservoirs, change mirrors
« Last post by Max Headroom on May 27, 2021, 11:11:05 am »
You'll have real problems trying to find the integral reservoirs, I've only seen them as OEM. As for bar end mirrors I have Rizoma and they not only look cool they also don't vibrate :). Don't think you have to change the bar ends, but someone on here will tell you. I have Motogadget bar end indicators which again look really cool IMO.

Like I said in your last post, it's where to stop.
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MT-01 / Re: Picking my bike up this weekend
« Last post by Max Headroom on May 27, 2021, 11:04:31 am »
Welcome to the site. Looks an incredibly clean machine and you'll find there's many upgrades to keep you busy, it's more where to stop. :)
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MT-01 / Stuff I want to change - remove reservoirs, change mirrors
« Last post by Ian_H on May 26, 2021, 02:41:33 pm »
Hi .. so despite not even having picked my bike up yet - I'm already thinking of a couple of changes.
[1] Get rid of the brake & clutch remote reservoirs
[2] Get some better looking mirrors

I've read the Gen2 bike has the integral reservoirs.
I've had a quick look around and can't spot any - is this a recommended source for OEM or compatible brake/clutch lever replacements?

For mirrors, I'm used to having bar-ends .. any recommendations much appreciated.
Rizoma? Do I need adapters?

Thanks.

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MT-01 / Re: Picking my bike up this weekend
« Last post by Nikk on May 24, 2021, 07:14:08 pm »
Looks a nice one. Love those 9Ts - a mate has one with the same tank.

I've had a few multistradas too, amazing all rounders.

Welcome.
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MT-01 / Re: For sale: Ti Sato mufflers (slipons)
« Last post by Claude on May 24, 2021, 03:51:54 pm »
SOLD! Please delete.
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MT-01 / Re: MT-01 2005 stage 2 question
« Last post by Max Headroom on May 24, 2021, 03:28:05 pm »
The other thing is, if it's a stage 2 ECU he should have the original too as they have no sales value as a part.
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MT-01 / Re: MT-01 2005 stage 2 question
« Last post by TimR on May 24, 2021, 08:27:56 am »
Part numbers of the ECU will tell you...Ask to see pics.
 An obvious tell is that the dash will be showing the engine check light warning...(because the ECU doesnt see the O2 sensor and records an open circuit) but this may also be something unrelated as it does this whenever it detects an open circuit/invalid values on the diagnostic systems....
      Ive never come across it myself, but I have found people online having trouble with bikes they bought cheap, and then couldnt get to run because the previous owner apparently assumed it was like all other bikes....!

  Stage 1 OEM ECU number MY2005; 5YUW82501000 (https://www.motorcyclespareparts.eu/en/yamaha-parts/2005-mt01-motorcycles/electrical-2)
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MT-01 / Picking my bike up this weekend
« Last post by Ian_H on May 24, 2021, 08:23:34 am »
Hi All.
Looking forward to picking up my MT-01 this weekend.
2007 8500 Miles, and looks to have been well looked after.

I've got a habit of fiddling and upgrading, so looking forward to learning as much as I can from this forum.



I'm based in the South East - Amersham.

And I've got a couple of other bikes ..
BMW R NineT


And a Multistrada


(all twins!)
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MT-01 / Re: MT-01 2005 stage 2 question
« Last post by Casino on May 22, 2021, 10:15:25 am »
Ok, thats great info Tim... appreciate it!
Is there a way for me to see if its the standard ECU or the correct one on the st 2 bike?
Sorry for all these question, Ill go for a test drive next week and ill call the guy on monday for some more info. Its very far approx 700km from here so ill checkit and test it and if its good ill drive it directly back.

My other option is a standard 2009 a bit less miles but 2k euros expensier.
But i am drawn more to the st 2.... at least from the look and ill have to see how i feel on the road!
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MT-01 / Re: MT-01 2005 stage 2 question
« Last post by TimR on May 22, 2021, 08:38:43 am »


Regarding the ECU, if its the original ECU that is mapped it should be ok right?
 
 Unfortunately, it isnt that simple. The standard ECU1 use a closed loop system. 0-20-% throttle openings and 0-2750(?) rpms is managed via real time data stream using the O2 senor to control fueling. Which is why remapping/power commander is a pointless affair (ECU1 will always correct in this parameter)

  The stage 2 Akra system doesnt use O2 sensor or ExUp. It is NOT closed loop...and this is the crucial reason why anyone fitting akras without the ECU is a muppet...!
 Only solution is an expensive reflash. Or a stage 2 ECU.
 A great bike, but slightly quirky ECU...!
 
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