Ah gotcha. Would disabling the AIS via the FT software fix that issue or is will it work best combo'd with actual plates?
And I'll keep you guys updated with the results for sure. Hoping to have something by Friday/Saturday once some parts come in.
I've got some prototype velocity stacks coming in too so we'll see if that gets me an anticipated 1-2HP gain or if they'll be a bunch of hoopla like most.
You can't disable AIS in software, it's a mechanical process. You either have to install block off plates, and/or disconnect the hose from the left underside of the airbox, and install a little rubber cap. Did you watch Brock's video in one of my previous posts above?
as far as your 02, I just checked my bike, and well I'm stupid (should be no suprise, lol). The stock 02 bunge is located on the header pipe, so you can leave it alone, and on the graves pipe there is a wideband bunge where I have my wide band 02 installed.
as far as whether or not to install block off plates, not installing will make the pipe backfire a lot on decel. Some say this is fine, others say it can harm your valves and stuff due to excessive heat. I chose to just go ahead and do the plates because A) The pipe already draws enough unwanted attention without all the backfiring and B) I'd rather be safer than sorry, as I would like to keep the bike for a good while, and I tend to romp on it a lot C) I figured that by not disabling AIS, my auto tune would not be accurate (same as when on a dyno with an aftermarket exhaust)
Oh and like everyone else ... what stacks?