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post #1 of 15 Old 06-09-2013, 11:27 PM Thread Starter
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Gen 4 Block Off Plates

Does doing the block off plates improve the performance of the bike?
What exactly does it do?
Is it very hard to do?
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post #2 of 15 Old 06-09-2013, 11:30 PM
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It doesn't give any better performance, but it makes it so that u get a more accurate read on ur A/F ratio when u have it tuned, but u already did that. Its simple to do though. just remove the tank and air box and its right there on the valve cover, then I believe u just jump the wires together for the sensor to think its all good and well
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Thanks guys. If it doesn't help there is no need just more work with little to no results. Once again thanks to both of you.
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Thanks guys. If it doesn't help there is no need just more work with little to no results. Once again thanks to both of you.
Are you going to get it dyno? Do you have an aftermarket can?


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I don't think anyone does it to gain any performance or HP.

It's more of a "get rid of shit the bike don't need" thing and it allows for accurate readings on the sniffer. Plus it looks cool.
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He had it tuned a long time ago, that's how I met him. put down 184 after they pulled that junk ass zfi
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Oh if he got it dyno is waist of time lol

Edit: I have a pair of graves block off if any one is interested lol


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Why not ditch the clutter.
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question for you. what did you do with the plug that was connected to the solenoid? did you just connect the two hoses by adding a hose inbetween? what size hose is that?

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