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post #1 of 12 Old 04-11-2013, 09:49 AM Thread Starter
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Pair block off plates

Hi,

I know that someone used to sell Pair Plates on the forum but has stopped. Was curious on anyone still had a set they haven't used or if someone else is making them?

Would be interested in getting two sets, one for me and a buddy of mine.

Thanks,

Joe

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post #2 of 12 Old 04-11-2013, 09:55 AM
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I still have a bunch of sets, I plan on keeping a steady supply of them available on WT. I have a sticky at the top of the classified section, not sure if it shows on the mobile app or not. Just send me a pm and I can hook you up.

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Pretty easy install and noticed a big difference on the popping issue with aftermarket exhaust immedatley

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Pretty easy install and noticed a big difference on the popping issue with aftermarket exhaust immedatley
Perfect, that's the issue I'm hoping to solve.

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Perfect, that's the issue I'm hoping to solve.
Some cool dude did a video on how to do it, too!



Honda 919 CB900F Pair Valve Removal and Flapper mod.avi - YouTube

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I'm sure I could have figured this out on my own but.....there were a few tips here that are going to speed me up big time! I am a television videographer/producer and I've never taken the time to make a quick vid to help other people out like you did....So thanks!

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Where is the best place to get the plates with all the caps for the pairs & flapper mods. I also want the plates that are machined for the reed screw head.

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I can make u a set. PM sent.

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post #10 of 12 Old 06-03-2013, 11:48 AM
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Where is the best place to get the plates with all the caps for the pairs & flapper mods. I also want the plates that are machined for the reed screw head.
As requested. Sets now available machined for the reed screw.

Check out the sticky in the classifieds for details.

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Are the screws hard to get out? Nothing a hammer cant fix I guess.

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post #12 of 12 Old 06-03-2013, 01:03 PM
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Are the screws hard to get out? Nothing a hammer cant fix I guess.
They come out easily enough, but can be stubborn. I usually just drill the heads off and pull off the reed valve and holder, then toss them in the garbage.

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