A Healtech ESE Exhaust Servo Eliminator allows you to remove the OEM servo motor (and control cables) without triggering an "FI" warning on the dashboard.
It also ensures the ECU continues to use the OEM fuel mapping.
This listing was updated on 21/05/2019 - but ALWAYS check the Product Advisor for changes or bikes that are not listed here, or contact us.
RSV4 [non-ABS] (2009-2016), RSV4 [ABS] (2009-2016), RSV Tuono V4 [non-ABS] (2009-2016), RSV Tuono V4 [ABS] (2009-2016)
Brutale 990 (2008-2010), Brutale 1090 (2010-2015), Brutale Easy (2011), Moto Brutale (2013-2015), Dragster 800 (2015-2019), Dragster 800 RR (2015-2019), F4 1000 [ALL variants] (2004-2012), F4 1000 [non-ABS] (2013-2019), F4 1000 [ABS] (2013-2019), F4 Biposto 1078 (2008), MV 1078 (2008)
Caponord 1200 (ALL years), Dorsoduro 1200 (ALL years)
RSV4 [ABS] (2017-2018), RSV4 RR/RF (2019), RSV Tuono V4 1100 (2017-2019)
BMW R nineT (Euro 3 spec) (ALL years), R nineT (Euro 4 spec) (2017-2019), R1200 R/RS/RT/GS with bulbs (ALL years), R1200 R/RS/RT/GS with LEDs (ALL years), S1000R (2019-ALL years), S1000RR (2009-2014)
BMW S1000RR (2015-2019) and S1000XR require two ESE-BM1
Diavel (2011-2018), Hypermotard [ALL variants] (2013-2019), Hyperstrada [ALL variants] (2013-2017), Monster 795 [non-ABS] (ALL years), Monster 795 [ABS] (ALL years), Monster 796 Corse Stripe [non-ABS] (ALL years), Monster 796 Corse Stripe [ABS] (ALL years), Monster 821 (2014-2019), Monster 1100 EVO (ALL years), Monster 1200 (2014-2016), Monster 1200 S (2014-2016), Monster Diesel (2012-2013), Multistrada [ALL, non-ABS] (2010-2015), Multistrada [1200 with ABS] (2010-2014), Superbike 899 (2014-2015), Superbike 1199 (2012-2016), Superbike 1299 (2015-2019), Scrambler 1100 (2018-2019), 1199 Superleggera (2014), 1299 Superleggera (2017-2018), Streetfighter [ALL variants] (2012-2015)
Desmosedici RR (2008), Diavel (2019), Diavel S (2019), XDiavel (2016-2019), XDiavel S (2017-2019), Hypermotard [ALL variants]
(2008-2012), Monster 796 [non-ABS] (ALL years), Monster 796 [ABS] (ALL years), Monster 1100 [non-ABS] (ALL years),
Monster 1100 [ABS] (ALL years), Monster 1200 (2017-2019), Monster 1200 S (2017-2019), Monster 1200 R (ALL years),
Monster 1200 R (Euro 4 spec) (ALL years), Multistrada [1200 with ABS] (2015), Multistrada [ALL variants] (2016-2019),
Superbike 848 (2008-2013), Superbike 959 (2016-2019), Superbike 1098 (2007-2009), Superbike 1198 (2009-2017),
Streetfighter [ALL variants] (2009-2011), Supersport 937 (2017-2019), Supersport S 937 (2017-2019)
DUCATI Panigale V4
The Ducati Panigale V4 2018 as supplied from the factory, requires the ESE-D03 v2.
In April 2019 Ducati changed the ECU firmware to require adjustment of the exhaust valve cables and so the ESE-D03 v2 will not work after this software update
From April 2019, the ESE-D03 v3 is required for this bike.
But, there is the possibility that a future Ducati software update will revert this change and so the ESE-D03 v2 will be required again!
This is very confusing situation for the user and additionally, once the ESE-D03 is installed, the FI error is not cleared immediately: it requires several uses of the bike before the ECU accepts that the error has cleared (unless cleared manually by an OBD tool such as the Healtech FI Cleaner Tool: FIC-D01).
Consequently, it can be difficult/time-consuming to determine which ESE-D03 is required for a particular bike
Healtech recommend that users of the Ducati Panigale V4 purchase BOTH versions of the ESE-D03 (given the relatively low cost) to cover both eventualities. Motorvista offers a pack of both units for this bike at a reduced price.
CBR600RR (2010-2019), CBR900RR Fireblade (2000-2003), CBR929RR Fireblade (2000-2001), CBR954RR Fireblade (2002-2003),
CBR1000RR Fireblade [non-ABS] (2004-2007)
CBF1000 F/FA (2010-2018), CBR1000RR Fireblade [non-ABS] (2008-2016), CBR1000RR Fireblade [ABS] (2009-2016),
Crosstourer [w/o DCT] (ALL years), Crosstourer [with DCT] (ALL years), VFR1200F / FD (2010-2016), VFR1200X [w/o DCT] (ALL years),
VFR1200X [with DCT] (ALL years)
CBR1000RR Fireblade [non-ABS] (2017-2019), CBR1000RR Fireblade [ABS] (2017-2019), CBR1000RR SP/SP2 (2017-2019)
Ninja 1000 (2011-2019), Ninja H2 (ALL years), Z750 (2007-2012), Z750R (2011-2012), Z800 (2013-2017), Z1000 (2007-2016),
Z1000SX (2011-2013), ZX-6R Ninja (2005-2017), ZX-6RR Ninja (2003-2006), ZX-6R Ninja (2019), ZX-10R Ninja (2004-2019), ZX-10RR Ninja (2016-2019)
1290 Super Duke GT (2016-2019), 1290 Super Duke R (2017-2019)
B-King (2008-2012), Boulevard C109R/T (2008-2015), Boulevard M109R/R2 (2006-2019), GSX-R600 (2004-2010),
GSX-R750 (2004-2010), GSX-R1000 (2001-2008), GSX-S1000 /F /A /FA (2015-2019), GSX-S1000Z (2018-2019), Intruder C1800R
(2008-2015), Intruder M1800R (2006-2019), VLR1800 (2008-2015), VZR1800 (2006-2019)
DL1000 V-Strom (2014-2016), GSR750 (2011-2017), GSX-R600 (2011-2019), GSX-R750 (2011-2019), GSX-R1000 (2009-2016), GSX-S750 (2015-2019), GSX-S750Z (2018-2019)
DL1000 V-Strom (2017-2019), DL1000XT V-Strom (2019), GSX-R1000 (2017-2019), GSX-R1000R (2017-2019), GSX-R1000X
YAMAHA FZ-10 (2016-2017), FZ1 (2006-2017), FZS1000 Fazer (2001-2015), MT-01 (2005-2012), MT-10 (2016), MT-10 SP (2017-2019),
NIKEN (2018-2019), Raider (2006-2017), Roadliner (2006-2015), Stratoliner (2006-2015), VMAX (2009-2017), VMAX 1700 (2017-2019),
WR250R/X (2008-2019), XJR1300 (2007-2017), XV1900A Midnight Star (2006-2015), YZF-R6 (2006-2019), YZF-R1 (2002-2019), RX10 Apex [Snowmobile] (2016-2017)
YZF1000R Thunderace (ALL years), YZF-R1 (1998-2001)
ESE Exhaust Servo Eliminators
- Compatible with the OEM exhaust, all slip-ons and full exhaust systems
- Can save up to 1kg in weight reduction – the ESE weighs only 24g!
- Plug and Play installation
- Completely waterproof and shock resistant
- 2-year warranty
What is an exhaust servo motor?
Most sportsbikes have a valve in the exhaust system to restrict the flow under certain conditions.
Why? Generally they are partially closed at idle/low rpm to reduce the noise and at very high rpm to reduce the maximum noise and meet emissions regulations.
This valve is controlled by a small stepper motor and possibly some cables.
Why remove the exhaust servo motor?
Most after-market exhaust systems (and some slip-on systems) do not have a valve and so the servo motor becomes redundant.
Some users disconnect the valve control cables to leave the valve wide open for more power.
The servo motor can be prone to failure.
The servo motor can be bulky and heavy so removal reduces weight and gains space.
Why do you need the ESE?
The servo motor is controlled by the ECU and will usually detect when it is missing and indicate this on the dash with a "FI" error light. Additionally the ECU may also apply a reduced power mapping as a result of the "fault".
The ESE mimics the electronics of the servo motor to fool the ECU that it is still installed.
This removes/prevents the "FI" error message and ensures the standard fuel mapping is used.
For more information, please visit this product's website.
Date Added: 25/04/2017 by Rafael
Product works great and was very easy to install.
Really happy with the service received.