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post #61 of 139 (permalink) Old 04-14-2009, 05:57 PM
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CELO...

I've noticed a drop off on my MPG too, but I'm guessing mine is from PC3 dumping fuel from the dyno jet map I put on it for my fullsystem/air filter. Going to get it to the shop for them to tune it and see if my MPG improves.

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i just did this today.. did some DIY stacks as well.. i'm throwing a FI code.. idk what it might be.. i guess i'll pull it apart again and see if i punched a hose ?

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I broke the little thingy that goes into the little hose!!



I hope I dont have to buy that part now. I looked on bikebandit and apparently its an $88 sensor!!
I'll try plastic welding it but I dont know if it'll hold with the heat....
Any know what that part is called and if its REALLY that sensor?

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Sorry man, dont know.

OT, did you run that map I sent you?
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Sorry man, dont know.

OT, did you run that map I sent you?

nah, i didnt get to try any maps yet. I was too busy fighting with everything I was taking off the bike. But I DID get a lot done : installed bazzaz, installed strebel nautilus horn, PAIR, intake mod, Servo, new sliders, took off the stock headers for my Arrow ones that are coming on Wed. and ALSO had to plastic weld that little piece I broke on the sensor (I hope it holds- so far no issues)
Once I put the arrow headers on on Wed. I'll get a chance to ride with the new maps

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awesome writeup man, i plan on doing this soon but have never removed my fuel tank before...does releasing the fuel line pressure prevent any leakage of fuel from the tank? if not, how can i prevent this? my tank is 3/4 full right now and i dont want any of that precious liquid gold spilling onto the garage floor. thanks guys.
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nvm, took the plunge before i got an answer...all worked out well.
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the cheapest block off plate you could find would be a big wire crimp. just put that on the line and "WA-LA!".
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Quick question regarding this mod. Will this mod change the sound of the bike coming fromt the airbox area? Reason I ask is, a buddy of mine recently purchased a 600rr with this mod done to it already, I noticed when I took it out for a test ride that it had a bit more sound coming from right under the airbox area / ram air area. I really can't explain the sound, but it almost sounds like an open airbox. I have already checked the air box and the filter was there, I proceeded to look further and noticed the block off plates. Just wondering if that could make the difference in sound. Other then the plates, air filter, exhaust are both stock. The ram air does not look gutted. There is no loss in power, it just sounds much louder. Thanks in advance for any help....

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since this blocks ambient air....does this mean its advantageous for power?
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definitely just lets the engine breathe a lil easier...def not a go fast mod but hey...you save a lil weight;-)
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So ya'll saying you have to have a PC to retune it if you do this mod??

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So ya'll saying you have to have a PC to retune it if you do this mod??

backwards... if you have a pc/bazzaz this mod should be done in order to get the correct afr while tuning.
Like stated above, you can do the plates or you can block the hoses... up to you.

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the instructions didnt say anything about the tube on the left side of the air box. i just plugged it back into the airbox, and sealed the right hole.

if im understanding this correctly its just the three tubes, two from the pair and one going into the right side of the airbox is removed.
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Great write-up Paul.

Question for all. So, the only advantage to this as opposed to plugging it up is a 1lb savings? You're telling me the reeds & cap weighs 1lb?

Screw that...I'm plugging it up.

But which three plugs am I suppose to plug up? The three from this?

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Nem, plug the center line.
just pull off the top of the airbox and plug the hole that the tube connects to.






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Nem, plug the center line.
just pull off the top of the airbox and plug the hole that the tube connects to.
That's it?!!! Awesome. Thx bro!

Fak! But seriously, does the cap & reeds weigh 1lbs? That's hard to believe because the Evap canister I just took off weighed 1.75 lbs.

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That's it?!!! Awesome. Thx bro!

Fak! But seriously, does the cap & reeds weigh 1lbs? That's hard to believe because the Evap canister I just took off weighed 1.75 lbs.
no prob Nem.

yea, its about a pound or a few oz more. its not like our old 05-06's where everything weighed alot. the evap can weighed more than 1.75 if i can remember.

but thats my next thing to take off...the evap canister. but to do that, the shock needs to come out.
im lazy to do it, so ill probably wait til i get an aftermarket shock.






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no prob Nem.

yea, its about a pound or a few oz more. its not like our old 05-06's where everything weighed alot. the evap can weighed more than 1.75 if i can remember.

but thats my next thing to take off...the evap canister. but to do that, the shock needs to come out.
im lazy to do it, so ill probably wait til i get an aftermarket shock.
I weighed the canister and it weighed in at 1.75lbs. Also, you DON'T have to remove the rear shock. Just remove your rear wheel, unbolt & remove the suspension links and push the rear shock away from the evap. It'll give you enough clearance to remove the Evap Canister.

I just did it last night.

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I weighed the canister and it weighed in at 1.75lbs. Also, you DON'T have to remove the rear shock. Just remove your rear wheel, unbolt & remove the suspension links and push the rear shock away from the evap. It'll give you enough clearance to remove the Evap Canister.

I just did it last night.
right on mang. thanks for the info.
ive been reading around here and have read that the shock had to come out.
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Is it that important to pull the reeds and baffles out or can you just seal the blockoffs and be good with that???

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i am doing this during my long holiday vacation. Just picked up a Leo - Ti - sbk- Corsa full system with Bazzaz unit & AFM unit....

Actually may sell the Bazzaz fueler and get the one with the shifter... Maybe...

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Kind of an old thread but I'm just now getting around to doing this mod really soon. I want to have everything I need on hand before I get started on it. Do you, or does anyone else know the exact size of cap I'll need to cap off the airbox where the PAIR hose was removed?

Excellent write-up BTW!! Very Helpful!
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Great write up. Props to the OP. However, I can only see this being advantagious to racers on the track. If plugging the center line does the same thing, then why not just plug the line? Seems like it would only take a few minutes, and you wouldn't have to worry about breaking anything. Also, you could easily put it back to stock if you wanted to.
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Long delay between posts, but Iharell, it takes a little more than a "few minutes" to remove ALL plastics from the bike to access the airbox. Some might find it very advantageous to just go the whole 9 yards and save the weight while they're at it...

Great write up... as stated above, you choose which way you want to go.
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And, I'm being lazy but am just going to plug the air box side of the breather tube from INSIDE the airbox. That way I don't have to completely remove the box (just the lid) to block off the entry way to the breather.
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eh the really lazy way is to get in there and spray a bunch of liquid foam up in there. expands and closes it off. lol

good write-up i'm just still debating whether i need to do this at all...if it'll make any difference

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Well, I just did the mod on both our race bikes. I removed the airboxs so while I was in there I could install the HRC throttle on the "B" bike ( now I have a brand new in the box MP Revolver kit that I am not going to use) and remove the thermostats and bypass hoses. The end plug size you will need for the airbox is 5/8" (same for the bypass hose spigots) and can be had at just about any auto parts store. I wanted to replace the airfilters while I was in there, but the new K&N race filters are on back-order from PU. Thanks for the writeup! Tdub

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Great write up! Helps me out so much more.

There was a post that replied what the pair mod is for, I needed that!
Since it is for helping with tuning the bike and only stops unnessary are flow that can make tunning inaccurate, is there any benefit or gain to this if you do not have a PC3 and will it hurt if I do not have a PC?


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..., is there any benefit or gain to this if you do not have a PC3 and will it hurt if I do not have a PC?
None other than a very slight weight degrease. Does not change anything that would harm your motor. Tdub

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