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i have recently fitted a jardine gp1 to my k6 600, ever since fitment when i ease off the revs after 10000 rpm without changing gear there is the biggest backfire ever which cannot be good for the engine i assume??? at the moment im looking at removing it unless anyone has any ideas for me?
 

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power commander should fix that. i have the gp-1 as well but i dont really get backfires (no power commander), maybe once or twice since i bought it and thats it.
 

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how do i perform this mod is it as simple as popping a marble into the hose on the right of the air box and reseating the hose cant find much info on this thanks
lift up your gas tank and remove your airbox. There are 3 hoses. 1 going from your airbox to the PAIR valve and 2 hoses from the top of the valve cover to the PAIR valve. Buy some plastic caps from Ace and plug the hole on the airbox and valve covers. Then remove all the hoses from the PAIR valve and you are DONE! You dont need to plug the nipples on the valve, just leave it plugged in or you'll get an FI light
 

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lift up your gas tank and remove your airbox. There are 3 hoses. 1 going from your airbox to the PAIR valve and 2 hoses from the top of the valve cover to the PAIR valve. Buy some plastic caps from Ace and plug the hole on the airbox and valve covers. Then remove all the hoses from the PAIR valve and you are DONE! You dont need to plug the nipples on the valve, just leave it plugged in or you'll get an FI light
no. all you need is one cap. lift up your tank open up your air box and plug the one hole on the right side of your air filter ( thats the right side of the air filter if you were sitting on the bike) put everything back together and popping all gone. easy as that. heres a link with a picture to see what it looks like you will see the hole im talking about. http://www.gsxr.com/showthread.php?t=61848&highlight=pair+valve
 

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pair valve mod.....
no. all you need is one cap. lift up your tank open up your air box and plug the one hole on the right side of your air filter ( thats the right side of the air filter if you were sitting on the bike) put everything back together and popping all gone. easy as that. heres a link with a picture to see what it looks like you will see the hole im talking about. http://www.gsxr.com/showthread.php?t=61848&highlight=pair+valve
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I have this done and it will solve your problem will take you maybe thirty min. max to do. Do it you will be happy you did.
 

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no. all you need is one cap. lift up your tank open up your air box and plug the one hole on the right side of your air filter ( thats the right side of the air filter if you were sitting on the bike) put everything back together and popping all gone. easy as that. heres a link with a picture to see what it looks like you will see the hole im talking about. http://www.gsxr.com/showthread.php?t=61848&highlight=pair+valve
Its fine to plug the valve cover holes as well. But...you can get the same result by just plugging the airbox hole. Like i said in the other thread, i took the whole pair pump out and thats fine too
 
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