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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 03-07-2007, 03:09 PM Thread Starter
 
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Carbon Canister

So i read up on the forums to remove the carbon canister/PAIR system. After hearing the debate on whether or not on why it should be removed, should i remove mine just because or should it be removed because ill be doing a few track days this year and will it effect street/canyon riding. Thats all and i just want to hear your IMO

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post #2 of 15 (permalink) Old 03-07-2007, 03:11 PM
 
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The only reason to remove the PAIR system is if you are going to get dyno tuned. The PAIR system does nothing more than inject air into the exhaust stream which will throw a wideband o2 sensor off, while tuning. Well, and to reduce weight would be another reason to remove it
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Not so sure what these carbon cans are. Are we talking about the cat?
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nope its the canister that sits below your links(its near your swing arm underneath)

http://www.peterverdonedesigns.com/600RRpairsmog.htm
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timmy how long youve been in Lemoore? i lived there as a kid...stayed on base im a military brat
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This is my second time being here. I'm in the Navy. I lived here in 2000-2002 and I've been back since March 2005
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The only reason to remove the PAIR system is if you are going to get dyno tuned. The PAIR system does nothing more than inject air into the exhaust stream which will throw a wideband o2 sensor off, while tuning. Well, and to reduce weight would be another reason to remove it
Thanks Downforce...yeah its mainly just to get some weight off but if i dont need it and its not going to eff the bike up in the long run than yeah ill go for it
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Will this be a problem being in California?
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ehh im not to worried about it...if i need to put it on than ill just put it back on...only takes about an hour of time to do it and i love working on the bike... yeah i was there since 96-02 my pops was over at AIMD 700Div
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Yeah I was down at VFA-122 now I'm teaching at CNATTU/Namtra.

Hmm I might just do this? Does the bike have to go threw a smog?
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I took mine off about a month ago. I've not had any problems, the only reason I took it off was to shed a couple of pounds.
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my race bodywork would not fit with that on there...so off it went!

just be sure to plug the hose and you are good

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nope...hey my buddy is in that squadron...AZ3 Cowell?
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In 122 or CNATTU?
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so what exactly is the purpose of this system in the first place?
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