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PAIR system

Is it worth blocking off the PAIR system remembering I do have a European model Blade with the go faster sticker system ?

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Re: PAIR system

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Is it worth blocking off the PAIR system remembering I do have a European model Blade with the go faster sticker system ?

Only if you're going to be doing some air/fuel tuning.
Or you just want to dump the excess weight.

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Only if you're going to be doing some air/fuel tuning.
Or you just want to dump the excess weight.
Thanks Larry, guess I won't be bothering then. I've just got my new OEM filters, Paddock stands on the way, one of the torque wrenches turned up, so going to give the bike a good overhaul ALL fluids, new brake lines so going to be a busy boy when I'm back to full fitness

Do I need a washer for the oil drain plug after oil change out ?

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Do I need a washer for the oil drain plug after oil change out ?

Generally you can reuse the old one but it's never a bad idea to keep one handy and replace it if you have any doubts about it's sealing ability.
I've seen them squashed paper thin flat :-)

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Re: PAIR system

For the cost, I say always change the washer. Cost pennies

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Thanks lads, a new washer it is

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Re: PAIR system

gonna be one of my future projects, just gotta do a search for the blockoff plates.

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gonna be one of my future projects, just gotta do a search for the blockoff plates.

Or make them yourself out of some aluminium plate - they're very simple.

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Re: PAIR system

so true, gonna put a resister inline of the plug also. gonna get rid of it all. just gotta check what size i need, i think its a 20 ohm.

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