But then they'd still have to hear my straight piped cage so...win win for me? :grin:I'd put the stock exhaust back just to give your neighbors some peace and quiet. :grin::grin::grin:
I can't keep anything stock for long. Voiding warranties seems to be a unavoidable side effect of the mod bug lolI would not have done anything to the bike until the warranty expired, something tells me that 'EVEN' if you did not change anything on the bike with a computer, that the bikes 'puter' would still know something was going on, and maybe I am too cynical but I think the service dept. might know exhaust was swapped out and replaced with the original, Don't forget, whoever manufactured the bike, there's BIG $$ to be saved for the company IF they can prove it was somehow modified,Not saying they will but I am sure they maintain the right to do so.
I have a 2018 Honda Rebel 500 ABS. I changed the stock exhaust to a Musarri slip on and did not remap the ECU.It would help if you told us the bike model, what exhaust changes were made, and did you remap the ECU.
Just as an example, here's a link to BMW's service schedules with links to model and mileage specific service checklists. https://www.ascycles.com/bmw_motorcycle_service_and_maintenance_schedules#S
They generally start with the BMW Motorrad diagnostic system to check history and current fault codes. If your exhaust changes caused any engine faults they will be picked up by the diagnostic. But if you show up for the first maintenance with the stock exhaust, the service tech won't be able to duplicate/fix the problem. So in that regard, it's self-defeating to not test it the way you run it.