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Old 03-07-2010, 10:05 AM   #1
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AIS Block Off

If I do the AIS block off mod on my '09 FZ1 will it pass Texas emissions tests? If not can the PCV map be leaned out enough to allow it to pass?

I am considering this to get rid of the popping and gurgling on decel. Side benefit may be a tiny bit of weight savings.

If it will not pass inspection I will likely just live with it.
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Yes it will pass there is no Emissions testing on bikes, only safety, lights, brakes, etc.
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Thank you very much! Off to the garage to get started.....
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to no emissions for bikes

I just removed mine last week.
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I would go to the store and pick up some allen wrench sockets with a ball head. A socket swivel helps, too. It is a pain to get to those plates and they have loc-tite on them. I just did this job on a 2009 FZ1. Everything else is cake.


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Thanks! I have a metric set just like that.
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I would go to the store and pick up some allen wrench sockets with a ball head. A socket swivel helps, too. It is a pain to get to those plates and they have loc-tite on them. I just did this job on a 2009 FZ1. Everything else is cake.


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A royal pain..... There is no room to maneuver even with the tank and airbox taken off. Just have to go slow and steady.
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