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Old 11-27-2011, 11:02 PM   #1
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Air Induction System

in FZ1, we plug it to kill the popping noise caused by aftermarket pipe.
Does it work on all the bikes?
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Might wanna define what bike you are referring to. I know that r6s and cbr 600rr 1000rr and 600f4i all have air injection systems which people tend to block off to stop the popping. If you are looking for a list or something just google "smog block off plates". They are plates you can buy to block off at the valve cover instead of just plugging the hoses.
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Old 11-28-2011, 12:03 AM   #3
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Old 11-28-2011, 12:21 AM   #4
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How hard is it to install smog block off plates on a 2010 R6, I'm tired of mine popping all the time
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Old 11-28-2011, 08:12 AM   #6
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you use a marble on busas
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you use a marble on busas
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that doesn't eliminate all the system though... the pump and all tubes/hoses are still their.
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Did it to my R1. Took about an hour with breaks. Pretty simple mod.
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i did mine (05 r6) it didn't really help with the popping though

it's usually done to get better and easier dynotunes on RR's or to make your pc5 or bazzaz work better
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i did mine (05 r6) it didn't really help with the popping though

it's usually done to get better and easier dynotunes on RR's or to make your pc5 or bazzaz work better
well more like "accurate" dynotunes, because if you do not block the PAIR/Kleen air valve system any dyno information you do get is 100% worthless for making fuel adjustments.
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any info an crossplane R1 ? and how would it be beneficial for my bike
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any info an crossplane R1 ? and how would it be beneficial for my bike
only beneficial if you change a aftermarket pipe.
there are 2 main purposes for people to do so.
1. to kill the popping noise caused by aftermarket pipes
2. for the dyno sensor to pick up a more accurate CO reading when the bike is being fine tuned.
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only beneficial if you change a aftermarket pipe.
there are 2 main purposes for people to do so.
1. to kill the popping noise caused by aftermarket pipes
2. for the dyno sensor to pick up a more accurate CO reading when the bike is being fine tuned.


And it clears up some room and alittle weight saving..
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