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does this really help? i am finishing up my nitrous install and was wondeing if i really need this?
 

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It won't help performance wise.

decrease the amount of backfire if removed.
Cleans up an pretty claught up area.
Weight savings minimal.

I did mine
 

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What l'timbre said. And I'd add that if you use a PCIII, you need to block off the PAIR valves when tuning on a dyno...so removing it eliminates that step. I removed mine too, but probably wouldn't make a trip under the tank for just that.
 

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What l'timbre said. And I'd add that if you use a PCIII, you need to block off the PAIR valves when tuning on a dyno...so removing it eliminates that step. I removed mine too, but probably wouldn't make a trip under the tank for just that.
amen,

I pulled my off when I put my new tank on , and was planning on ordering a PC3 but I would have never just popped the tank off for that.
 

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i already have the tank off for the nitrous install that is why i was asking ans what about the flaper thing in teh air box do i need that?
 

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I did mine, actually I had to go back in cause I was so anxiuos to try out the bike after that, flapper & PCIII install I forgot to hook up the IAT plug. :banghead: I take the 4 cross bracket bolts out & hang the tank from garagr door opener. I used the 1 hose to connect the valve covers.But I'm gonna co back in & cap off instead. I think it's easy to take tank off if I need to :idunno:
 
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