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post #1 of 10 Old 09-14-2013, 09:16 AM Thread Starter
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Quick PAIR removal question

Once you are done removing the hoses, the reed valves & blocking off the holes, what do you do with the PAIR device? Do you leave on there connected so as to not throw an FI code? Or can you take it off without it affecting anything?

In my GSXR I had to leave the device there so as to not throw the FI code.

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post #2 of 10 Old 09-14-2013, 09:50 AM
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Mine lives in the dumpster now.

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FWIW I just took some rubber plugs and caps and put them in the holes of the pair devices and then put the caps on and used some clamps to tighten the caps on. Does anyone think there is a problem with doing that? I have not noticed the bike running strange. I figure some time down the road the rubber pieces may age and crack but I can just get some more and replace them when that happens?

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FWIW I just took some rubber plugs and caps and put them in the holes of the pair devices and then put the caps on and used some clamps to tighten the caps on. Does anyone think there is a problem with doing that? I have not noticed the bike running strange. I figure some time down the road the rubber pieces may age and crack but I can just get some more and replace them when that happens?
That's how mine has been for thousands of miles. It'll be fine.

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What's the advantage to taking them off?

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It gets rid of the pop back through the exhaust on decel


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What's the advantage to taking them off?
Easier wheelies because youve dumped weight from the front end.

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