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1891c26f6a766d96e2c07168eade2a918049e25c76a63c4c2f3e8cfbe748e919.jpghi on ebay you can get PVE Rubber Caps, for gsxr1000 you need 3 ,remove the hoses ,2caps on inlets to engine 1cap for air box pair valve off in ecu and done!!! i paid 6 pound :D ask him if you need them iliopnick@gmail.com
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From Service Manual page 506-507 http://i238.photobucket.com/albums/ff27 ... rius/1.jpg http://i238.photobucket.com/albums/ff27 ... us/2_2.jpg
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This is the Plan B Sometimes only for curiosity/encyclopedic reasons looking for other options too. Who knows, maybe will learn anything useful :)
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Why not just simply plug the hose coming from the air box? No need for block off plates...
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Yea To not remove the hoses and block them i was looking for a simple way to stop the air flow. As i understand, the solenoid valve will be open when we have positive inlet pressure. That's why it is not always open. And the question is, when the solenoid is energized it's open or close (vise versa the solenoid is normal open or close)? Logically it should be normal close and my theory should work, but at the moment i don't have the opportunity to experiment with this.
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I did test it once but I cant remember now. However, you can just block the two inlet ports off, remove the valve and disable the pair valve via the Woolich software. As you probably know, it only disables the FI light coming on, not the operation of the solenoid.
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The Valve is normally Open or Close? What i mean, if i remove the switching valve connector and CHECK the Disable PARI Valve FI Code will i have the same result as putting Block Off Plates? http://i18.photobucket.com/albums/b122/Thrash1982/Block%20off%20Plates/IMG_2755.jpg
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