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    Vladonexxx (OP)
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    Default Rapid Bike Easy

    Hey.

    I bought 2010 FZ1 N with 14k km on the clock (9k mi I guess) in like new condition. Imported, no info from the dealer.
    There are issues though.
    It came with a Mivv Suono complete exhaust, washable air filter, a lot of other nice aftermarket parts AND a Rapid Bike Easy Lambda Probe modulator kit installed.
    There is almost NO info about this thing online except that it must be coded by Rapid Bike manufacturer for your bike model.
    There are 2 dials. 1 marked Setting which was set at 5 (1-7) and 1 marked Trim set at +3 (-3 - +3).
    Any info on this setup would help. I'll go through registration soon and I'll like to pass emissions if possible (the original exhaust was included but the catalytic unit is drilled; probably did it before switching to an aftermarket system). The exhaust is EU registered so no problem with noise.

    Thanks

    PS This bike is incredible
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    Vladonexxx (OP)
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    Default Manual

    I got hold of the manual if anyone's interested.
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