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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 02-14-2007, 10:30 PM Thread Starter
 
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set valve??

does anyone know if the 06 cbr 600rr has a set valve?

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What's a set valve?
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is that the one located under the flux capacitor??

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lets try that pone again.

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Duh.. its right next to the muffler bearing.
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tried to look it up, couldn't find anything on it. If it exists, it's top secret.
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tried to look it up, couldn't find anything on it. If it exists, it's top secret.

just take off your right side fairing and remove the hyphenufanator valve and you'll see it...think its a 10 mm bolt

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We interupt useless post whoring and stupidity for some real info

A set valve is typically a valve that creates a "backpressure" in a vehicle's exhaust system (it typically is found in turbo chargers in modern vehicles) when a certain amount f pressure is reached there is a blow off. In high RPM vehicles like Formula cars and motorcycle the set valve would most likely only be used to in starting an extreme low speed air induction.


Short answer: No, the stock 600rrs do not have a set valve on the intake or exhaust.




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A set valve is typically a valve that creates a "backpressure" in a vehicle's exhaust system (it typically is found in turbo chargers in modern vehicles) when a certain amount f pressure is reached there is a blow off. In high RPM vehicles like Formula cars and motorcycle the set valve would most likely only be used to in starting an extreme low speed air induction.


Short answer: No, the stock 600rrs do not have a set valve on the intake or exhaust.




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so he wanted to know if the RR has a wastegate basically, WTF??

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thanks everyone i just wanted to make sure cause my friends have gixxers and they all come with it stock....just wanted to see if the honda had one stock
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are you talking about a breather valve for the crankcase?

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It's just an electronically operated valve that's computer controlled to optimize backpressure; it's what all the new 600's have...

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is he talking about the PAIR valve

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is he talking about the PAIR valve
Nope. The PAIR valve is comparable to a car's EGR valve.


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Nope. The PAIR valve is comparable to a car's EGR valve.
sounds like what hes talking about, kinda.. thats why i asked. oh well he got his answer.

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sounds like what hes talking about, kinda.. thats why i asked. oh well he got his answer.
Yeah, the difference is the SET valve controls the amount of back pressure allowed to build up. The PAIR valve controls the amount of recirculated exhaust gases back to the intake.


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ahhhh... sound like they work together. all good.

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Think EXUP on Yamaha... Butterfly valve between the headers and midpipe that is supposed to increase low to midrange torque.
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