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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 01-07-2015, 10:26 PM Thread Starter
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PAIR VALVE block off

Seriously dont want to beat a dead horse here but my search results came up empty or with dead end links.

Long story short, doing a complete clean-up/rebuild of my 06 track whore. Adding some nice bits along the way.

I want to do the pair valve block off el cheapo way..... by just sealing and blocking off the pipes at the head and airbox and doing away with the valve/servo thing completely.

Am I correct in thinking that these two need to be blocked off

And the middle one needs to stay connected as a breather

Can I block the two side ones off right at the head? Should I remove the two covers and remove the plapper valves on the inside?

Also attached is a picture of my bike at the moment, still plenty work before first track day beginning of February.



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The middle one is in fact a breather tube that needs to be left open and not part of the PAIR system and yeah, block the two outside ones however you choose. But if you remove the flapper device inside, what will block air from coming in and air going out? Either leave it and plug the nipple or use block off plates.
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Much appreciated my friend. Let the rebuild continue!!!

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Hey are you done the rebuild yet? would love to see finished product :)
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