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so how do i know which side of the capacitor is positive?

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can you do this mod with the stock exhaust without any adverse side affects? and if so is there any benefit in doing this to a stock exhaust other than weight savings? i.e. HP gains? thanks in advance for your response.



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can you do this mod with the stock exhaust without any adverse side affects? and if so is there any benefit in doing this to a stock exhaust other than weight savings? i.e. HP gains? thanks in advance for your response.
All this mod does is allow the servo to be unplugged. No change in HP will result. No adverse affects.
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All this mod does is allow the servo to be unplugged. No change in HP will result. No adverse affects.
thanks. to my understanding, you will also gain in a slight weight savings?



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thanks. to my understanding, you will also gain in a slight weight savings?
About 1lb.
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so is it ok to do the PAIR removal w/ the block-off plates and servo removal together with a bone stock system, w/o adverse Effects?



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so is it ok to do the PAIR removal w/ the block-off plates and servo removal together with a bone stock system, w/o adverse Effects?
Yup. I'm running stock exhaust with no PAIR and no EGCV, no issues.
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cool thanks bro. so, are you still making those PAIR block-off plates?



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Never got around to it. Had to use the aluminum for something else and I'm too poor to buy some sheet again.
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i have a California cbr6 07 if i just remove the cables connected to the servo motor will the FI light still be on and on limp mode? im getting a full exhaust so this is the reason why i ask. also what should i do about the 02 sensor? thanks for your help in advance.
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i have a California cbr6 07 if i just remove the cables connected to the servo motor will the FI light still be on and on limp mode? im getting a full exhaust so this is the reason why i ask. also what should i do about the 02 sensor? thanks for your help in advance.
So long as the servo is plugged in, the FI light will not go on.
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so were can i buy one of these for an 07 (too lazy to make one)
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so were can i buy one of these for an 07 (too lazy to make one)
Too lazy to spent 10 minutes and $5 to make one, so you'd rather wait days and spend $30?
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Too lazy to spent 10 minutes and $5 to make one, so you'd rather wait days and spend $30?
Some people are busy and their time is worth more working than building the thing
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Yea pretty much.
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Some people are busy and their time is worth more working than building the thing
It's honestly not that hard to do, so I don't see how someone can't spend 5 minutes to remove it from the bike, solder stuff, and plug it back in.
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It's honestly not that hard to do, so I don't see how someone can't spend 5 minutes to remove it from the bike, solder stuff, and plug it back in.
Probably takes a few hours at least to check for the correct parts, go to the store, buy a soldering iron if you don't have one, etc. At my company, charge rates for even the lowest level engineers are over $200 per hour. Work therefore takes priority, plus if you need to do other things like work on the house etc.
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My FI light came on and is flashing the 3 long 4 short code, which from my studies means the servo could be bad. So i'm thinking about doing this mod just to kill that light.
Two questions though. First, I do have extended Honda warranty :), so should I just let them put a new servo on there if it's covered at no charge to me? I'm not worried about saving the weight lol. Secondly, when I add a slip-on this spring, am I going to be right back to square one with the FI light returning?
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p.s. anyway of doing this without a soldering iron? lol If not i'm sure I can find somebody to borrow one from

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My FI light came on and is flashing the 3 long 4 short code, which from my studies means the servo could be bad. So i'm thinking about doing this mod just to kill that light.
Two questions though. First, I do have extended Honda warranty :), so should I just let them put a new servo on there if it's covered at no charge to me? I'm not worried about saving the weight lol. Secondly, when I add a slip-on this spring, am I going to be right back to square one with the FI light returning?
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p.s. anyway of doing this without a soldering iron? lol If not i'm sure I can find somebody to borrow one from
You probably could do it without soldering however it's only $5 for a cheap soldering iron.
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Rode to a buddies house today and knocked this mod out in about a half hour. $3.70 worth of parts, no more FI light ;)
great instructions, I took a pic of the diagram on my phone and we used it in his garage lol.

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Im gonna have to give this a shot.

If you dont have time to make this yourself, how do you ever find time to ride?

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P.S... All I did was by pass the wiring, I left all the servo and cables all still attached b/c I was in a hurry to go ride. Does the valve assembly just unbolt from the pipe?

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It doesn't unbolt but it goes to the sprung open position from what it sounds like, am I right someone?
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It doesn't unbolt but it goes to the sprung open position from what it sounds like, am I right someone?
Yep, or at least very close to fully open. Most people safety wire it open, although it probably wouldn't flap around anyways.
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Yep, or at least very close to fully open. Most people safety wire it open, although it probably wouldn't flap around anyways.

Thanks, I just took my servo off and was wondering too.
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So where does the 'almost a .lb' of weight get saved? The box under the seat unbolts but do you just removed the cables and leave the valve assembly attached to the pipe?

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