Originally Posted by skapan
You might want to consider safety wiring them, I noticed that Akro does that for you on their systems.
Never had one go rampant on any bike whatsoever. More interesting stuff to safety-wire are drain bolts and filler plugs, timing hole caps, engine covers and other important ones.
Assuming TS has a full-system, you can completely remove the servo cables and motors too.
Edit: And to be extra clear
It doesnt trigger a fault. Removing the O2's triggers exactly the same type of code that the servo's do, and thats just a logged fault in the bike's fault log, which is only visible by the dealer or GS-911. It doesn't trigger a limp home mode, and it does not trigger a light. Stuff that triggers a light (and at the same time the safe mode) are important faults, like errors in the primary fuel injection sensors, errors in the ride-by-wire system/electronic throttle valves and ECU faults.