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'new' bike, FI light on.

Bought the bike a few days ago and it now has a FI light on. Ive done lots of searching and diagnosing and have found a few things. First off, I get code 1 which appears to be for the map sensor. Here is what ive found.

I checked all the voltages according to the shop manual. That part checks out. So its looking like its either a map sensor or ecu. Does this sound correct? I also noticed that the bike has the 'flapper mod' and is now missing the front baro sensor. Do I need to replace this as well? The only light I have is '1' i think, which is a long light and not a short one.
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does the long light mean 10's? if so, then I have code 10 and that is the baro sensor which would make sense since I dont have one lol
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Long light means the "tens" position, IIRMR.
Get the senor and I'm thinking it should solve that issue.

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