A couple of plates and a couple of gaskets in a nice little kit would be cool.traysvega said:I've got mine apart and yes there is a tube & (plate) coming from each head on top....I'll try and get a pic when I get home....Aslo thought the same thing,,,anyone block these yet?Really wouldnt be hard to fab a plate or 2...
I thought the Pair system did little for performance, but changed the note of the exhaust a little. Don't get me wrong, i still want it gone.jeffw said:On a motor of t his size, doing a piar mod (venting the crank case thru the PAIR valve) should net you around 4-5 rwhp.... just as it does on a Busa.
Still want to throw away hp?
Lamont,,,I assume if your making the plates,, you gonna use them on yours?If so,,,whats your take on the H.P loss if any?Lamonster said:We have plates being made as we speak. We did the measurements when we were doing the wheels. I hope they will hit next week. :doorag:
I have done it on the Valkyries and the VTX's and saw no HP increase or decrease. I would have to see the dyno numbers on the 109 to say one way or another. For me it's getting rid of a lot of potential issues down the road.traysvega said:Lamont,,,I assume if your making the plates,, you gonna use them on yours?If so,,,whats your take on the H.P loss if any?
That is why I removed the pair valves. ThanksWanted said:When you remove the PAIR system, there is no fresh air being drawn into the exhaust. No air --> no exhaust combustion --> goodbye decel pop! This is really the main benefit of de-PAIRing your bike.