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Hi guys and gals
Just fitted termis today and got an issue. Due to no instructions in the box I downloaded instructions for 1199 and all went well except for map upload. It's says just plug in map key and it will start installing but as there is a different dash I don't know if upload is different as it's not uploading. Anyone done an install themselves or know where install instructions can be downloaded for 899?
Many thanks in advance.
 

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Found out the problem. Apparently the map doesn't automatically upload as it does on the 1199. It has to be done via main dealer diagnostics computer. Still quite a fair saving by fitting yourself not to mention a good way to take your first look under the covers and map upload is only £36 :)
 

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Well I am glad you got it figured out ;)

Hopefully everything runs smoothly after said and done.
 

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Glad to hear you got it figured out!

Any dealer should have the diagnostic computer to upload the Termi mapping.

However, swapping the exhaust is not an easy job and I personally would have mine done by your local dealer.

Here at Euro Cycles we charge $396 for the job.
 

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Yes fitting the termis is a bit of a job but with the instructions it's well within capabilities of DIY if your used to working on bikes.
 

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Yes fitting the termis is a bit of a job but with the instructions it's well within capabilities of DIY if your used to working on bikes.
Great work fitting them up, no better than feeling that accomplishment after a job you have done yourself. With the right tools anything is doable.
 

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Great work fitting them up, no better than feeling that accomplishment after a job you have done yourself. With the right tools anything is doable.
Of course bud and only tool I had to buy was a 36mm 12 sided socket for rear wheel nut. Everything else is just the usual kit :)
 

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Of course bud and only tool I had to buy was a 36mm 12 sided socket for rear wheel nut. Everything else is just the usual kit :)
I fitted mine and didnt have to move the back wheel just used the round head allen keys that give you a bit of wiggle!!
 

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I fitted mine and didnt have to move the back wheel just used the round head allen keys that give you a bit of wiggle!!
Yes got those too just took the opportunity to clean all the grease off the chain, sprockets and inside the swing arm. All spotlessly clean now and drylubed now :)
 
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