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post #31 of 148 Old 06-30-2004, 01:05 AM
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hmmm, counterclockwise is 6, 5, 4, 3....?

tilt toward you or away?

I have Dan's block off plates and once I get the vacuum caps I'll need to be back in there.

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as you probably noticed theres an indent in each frame rail thats there so the box fits very snug, well once you've turned it a 1/2 turn counter clockwise tilt it so the bottom of the box sticks up somewhat and as you lift it continue turning until it comes loose.........well atleast thats my version of how i did it a couple of months ago.

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hmmm, counterclockwise is 6, 5, 4, 3....?

tilt toward you or away?

I have Dan's block off plates and once I get the vacuum caps I'll need to be back in there.
My understanding is that the plates prevent back firing under de-excelleration. How back does the back firing have to be to warrant all this trouble? I'm told that my bike back fires but I've never noticed it.

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hmmm, counterclockwise is 6, 5, 4, 3....?

tilt toward you or away?

I have Dan's block off plates and once I get the vacuum caps I'll need to be back in there.
My understanding is that the plates prevent back firing under de-excelleration. How back does the back firing have to be to warrant all this trouble? I'm told that my bike back fires but I've never noticed it.
The backfiring just irritates me ... I'ts probley not goona screw anything up.

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as of just a couple of days ago my FI light has come on and has remained on. I've made to changes since my KLEEN/AIS removal.

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Did you find out what caused the FI light to come on? I am in the process of removing the KLEEN solenoid and was wondering if it is worth it? I also plan on installing the block-off plates. If it causes the FI light to come on, I don't think I want to do it. Anyone with knowledge of this procedure is welcomed to answer.
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The FI light eventually went off on its own, so not knowing why it was activated in the first place leaves me wondering WTF!! perhaps it was due to moisture/wetness after i washed it and the once the water evaporated it went off (guess only)
suffice to say the FI light never came on prior to the bubble bath
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I realize now that unfortunately I am one of the "retards" and not in the "vast majority". I was feeling comfortable about doing this when I got the plates from Kyle's and read through a couple of posts. But does anybody have pictures or more information on the charcoal canister? Do I need any vacuum caps if I am using plates?

Any help is greatly appreciated.

THANKS!!!!

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I realize now that unfortunately I am one of the "retards" and not in the "vast majority". I was feeling comfortable about doing this when I got the plates from Kyle's and read through a couple of posts. But does anybody have pictures or more information on the charcoal canister? Do I need any vacuum caps if I am using plates?

Any help is greatly appreciated.

THANKS!!!!

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As you've either found out or are going to the vacuum caps are only required if you leave the OEM plates intact but since your using the plates from DK theres no need.

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