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its easy lift up your gas tank and go in your airbox and when your sitting on your bike on the top right side of your airbox there is a hole, plug it and your done. unless you want to remove the pair valve then thats a hole diff story.
 

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im currently trying to perform the pair mod on a gsxr 600 k6 and cant find any info on which hose to pop the marble into if anyone can help at all that would be great thanks
Hose on the right front of the airbox. I would at least disconnect that hose and put a plug on the end and a plug on the pair pump end(follow the hose to the pair pump). Personally i took the pair pump out,put a resister in place of the pair pump, blocked the reed valves on the valve cover, and blocked the the outlet going to the pair pump on the airbox. Whatever you do DO NOT block the hose on the rear of the airbox, it is the crankcase vent. And honestly this is called the pair blockoff, not the pair mod. The pair mod is when you take the crankcase vent and hook it up to the reed valves to try to put a vacuum on the crankcase
 

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:hmmm:Hey friend here's a page that could help u , really it does nothing for the bike wanna try something try the Dealer Mode & install the TRE Mood u will get more out of it , Good Luck:thumbup:

http://www.bugmanweb.com/gsxr/gsxrindex.htmlhttp://www.bugmanweb.com/gsxr/gsxrindex.htmlhttp://www.bugmanweb.com/gsxr/gsxrindex.html
That is the Pair sucker mod and like you said it does nothing. The PAIR Mod everyone here is talking about is simply blocking off the fresh air supply to the PAIR valve. The supply is from the airbox, right side. Stops backfire on deceleration after you install an aftermarket exhaust.
 

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Hose on the right front of the airbox. I would at least disconnect that hose and put a plug on the end and a plug on the pair pump end(follow the hose to the pair pump). Personally i took the pair pump out,put a resister in place of the pair pump, blocked the reed valves on the valve cover, and blocked the the outlet going to the pair pump on the airbox. Whatever you do DO NOT block the hose on the rear of the airbox, it is the crankcase vent. And honestly this is called the pair blockoff, not the pair mod. The pair mod is when you take the crankcase vent and hook it up to the reed valves to try to put a vacuum on the crankcase
here is a link to a picture of what it looks like inside our air box. http://www.gsxr.com/showthread.php?t=61848&highlight=pair+valve. and that hole on the right side of air filter, the one that sticks up some, plug that one and say bye bye to your popping exhaust. :thumbup:
 

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its easy lift up your gas tank and go in your airbox and when your sitting on your bike on the top right side of your airbox there is a hole, plug it and your done. unless you want to remove the pair valve then thats a hole diff story.
That is the Pair sucker mod and like you said it does nothing. The PAIR Mod everyone here is talking about is simply blocking off the fresh air supply to the PAIR valve. The supply is from the airbox, right side. Stops backfire on deceleration after you install an aftermarket exhaust.
I did this when I installed my Taylor Made works great no more backfire have had it done for more than 15K miles. Great little Mod very easy to do.
 
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