***EDIT: I guess I should have mentioned this earlier. CA and Euro bikes have O2 sensors on them that help reduce emissions. If you do any type of modification i.e. exhaust + air filter requiring you to either remove your O2 sensor, or if you decide to put on a PCIII (also requiring you to remove your O2 sensor), then that is what this mod is for. It eliminates the FI light from coming up on your display after the O2 sensor has been removed. It also tricks the ECU into thinking that the air/fuel ratio is perfect, which then allows your PCIII to function appropriately. This mod is NOT intended for stock bikes, as it most likely will do nothing for you***
Dynojet is probably going to hate me for this, sorry! I'm not an electrical engineer, but google is a hell of a search engine. Do this mod at your own risk, yadda yadda, I have no FI light issues, and I routinely check the job to make sure the electrical tape isn't melting or something else bad happening. Without further adieu...
-1X 2006 CBR600RR (recommended
but not required)
-1X pack of 330ohm resistors ($.99 at Radioshack)
-Electrical tape (not pictured)
Step 1, cut a hole in a box (just kidding).
Seriously though loosen your right fairing(s) as necessary to gain access, and disconnect the O2 sensor connectors.
The O2 sensor connection is located behind your right mid fairing. You can take it off if you feel like you need the access. I didn't. I loosened the mid fairing, as well as the lower fairing, and that gave me all the room I needed. I have chinese Repsol fairings, so your situation may vary. PLEASE NOTE that I only thought to do a DIY AFTER I had done the work. Yours will obviously NOT have electrical tape on it after you disconnect it. Picture is taken to give you a frame of reference.
Locate the plug the leads to the ECU, obviously plugging the side that goes to the exhaust will have no effect. Once you have the correct plug, trim some length off the resistors (they are VERY long when you pull them out of the packaging) and insert into the bottom pins
or rather the ones that lead to the the WHITE and Black/White wires.
Plugging into the incorrect plugs will cause your bike to turn into a gixxer and rape your girlfriend. Just kidding. I honestly don't know what will happen if plug the wrong holes.. your FI light will most likely remain on, and your PCIII will still be at the mercy of your ECU.
After you get it plugged, throw a little bit of electrical tape on it. You don't need to mummify the poor bastard, just one or two strips, and call it a day.
Find somewhere to squirrel it away, and YOU SIR are done. Start up the bike to make sure the FI light doesn't come on. Merely keying to "on" won't be enough, so don't come crying back here saying your FI light is on because you turned it to on without actually starting the bike. Now go plant a tree (or at least hug one) to off-set your increased carbon dioxide footprint, you insensitive bastard.
Hope this helps someone.