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04-19-2020 10:08 AM
Jason Pittenger
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Originally Posted by Arturas Gr View Post
hi, i see very detailed explanation thanks, just what i'm looking for..

Can i ask you, what crap i need remove if i want take air filters as well ?(ears shave)
I did the ear shave, but left the bypass valve and hoses in place. It doesn't help/hurt performance. Technically it's there to burn the unburned fuel in the exhaust for emissions reasons. It makes for some of the pop-pop-pop sound on decel, which I happen to like.

I added another crankcase filter on mine to serve as the air input for the air bypass system.

I left the airbox in the bike for the time being, but now that I have my engine pulled, it's coming out.
04-17-2020 01:36 PM
Spockster
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Originally Posted by Arturas Gr View Post
Yes it does have cobra pipes.. but its not open. Not sure what was done before, only i can tell in carburetor all custom.. Hope i don't need to rejet..not that its difficult, its just waiting time to get parts.. finger cross..
Since the pipes aren't open, you may not need to re-jet.
04-17-2020 08:27 AM
Arturas Gr Yes it does have cobra pipes.. but its not open. Not sure what was done before, only i can tell in carburetor all custom.. Hope i don't need to rejet..not that its difficult, its just waiting time to get parts.. finger cross..
04-17-2020 07:49 AM
Spockster I see you have the Cobra pipes, you could end up needing jets or it may have been jetted already, my bike has the stock pipes. .
04-17-2020 05:28 AM
Arturas Gr tnx.. i cut it off..
04-16-2020 04:17 PM
Spockster
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Originally Posted by Arturas Gr View Post
hi, i see very detailed explanation thanks, just what i'm looking for..

Can i ask you, what crap i need remove if i want take air filters as well ?(ears shave)
Remove the two air filter housings, all four air ducts, and the airbox with it's drain hose. Most people cut up the airbox to remove it.

If you want the airbox to be in one piece, you have to disconnect all the wiring harness from under the seat, then pull the rear half of the harness out of the frame and toward the front. Then you can force the airbox toward the rear, over the battery, and out in one piece.

I did it in one piece in case I needed to put it all back, but I know I'll never need to. It cleans up the bike and carb work is easier without that airbox, ducts, and hoses.
04-16-2020 03:20 PM
Arturas Gr hi, i see very detailed explanation thanks, just what i'm looking for..

Can i ask you, what crap i need remove if i want take air filters as well ?(ears shave)
03-12-2020 03:19 PM
OleDirtyDoc
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Originally Posted by DenverDiesel View Post
No, I read it. I don't care about personal lives of people here to keep any track of non-bike related affairs. I have a life.
Good for you. I have one as well. But forgive me if I sometimes may correct people who may give out wrong or careless information while wording it like they know what they are talking about. I will no longer comment on things like this if it makes people happy. I apologise for caring about people's safety

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03-12-2020 03:14 PM
OleDirtyDoc
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Originally Posted by ubertalldude View Post
The Kawasaki PAIR system injects fresh air into the exhaust stream to help ignite unburned fuel in the exhaust system, similar to the old "smog pumps" from cars in the 70's. It is not an EGR system. You are absolutely incorrect, Denver.



Popping on decel can be caused by the PAIR system, a too-lean fuel mix (which was the default setting from the factory) or can be caused by clogged up carbs providing a too-lean fuel mixture. Failed enrichment diaphragms can cause it, too but are not the only cause of popping.



The stuff about Jerry/OldDirtyDoc is forum drama. Ignore and don't comment on it if you don't care.
As exhaust goes through the goat's belly, so is the days of our lives... Lololol

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03-12-2020 03:09 PM
OleDirtyDoc
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No, I don't have any idea who you are. Nor do I really care.... especially now.
You asked a question, I answered factually. There is no need to be rude.
And if I came off as rude, I apologise. It wasn't meant to come off that way.

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