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Old 07-12-2008, 11:12 AM   #1
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AIS Removal, Blockoff, or Reroute?

I was reading on R6messagenet.com about how you can remove your AIS if your bike is popping back through the can on decell. Some say you can block it off and leave it there. Others say you can reroute the AIS hoses to pull from the crankcase instead of the airbox, creating sort of a siphoned PCV effect.

What say you? Should I leave it on, or do one of the three above? I've gotta dig in there and change plugs anyhow.

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I have seen mentions of this on r6forums...I really don't know the technically aspect. If someone could explain it that'd be awesome. Patrick???
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The AIS is the smog block off. You can buy some aftermarket plates. Graves sells some. If you plan on getting a PCIII and a dynotune you will need to do this mod for an accurate AF ratio. The whole process takes about 3 hours, 4 if you don't know what you are doing. Also you need a long stem for a socket wrench to easily get in the internals. Cobra281 has achieved this mod himself on a R1, so if any detailed info is needed I would just PM him.

You loose a good amount of weight, and yes you will loose the decel pop. I kind of like the sound, so I kept it.

The plates are really cheap. $20 from graves or you could make your own for about $12.

The other option is to crimp the hoses, but might as well put in the plates and do it right.
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or just flip the reed valves for free instead of wasting $20-30...
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This is the guy you ought to talk to: http://www.ivansperformanceproducts.com/index.htm
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or just flip the reed valves for free instead of wasting $20-30...


Yep!
Also plug the airbox outlet line.
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Same on the suzukis... pair valve system, yes?

there is another way... if you don't wanna take it off and block the plates, shove a marble in the intake hose off the airbox then plug the hole back up.
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