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    Ribbon delete for spark

    1. Take off top deck
    2. Undo oetaker clamp after throttle body.
    3. Remove flame arrester using small screw drivers on opposite sides.
    4. Put back together





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    Benefits?

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    torque

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    Chrispy keep the mods coming ....

    When is ur next Perth run ?

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    When the weather cools off...

    Perth is good fun

    To me I can feel this mod when cruising and you stab the throttle.

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    is this legal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sparked View Post
    Benefits?
    Big benefits. This allows the engine to breath more freely. Look at the picture he posted and you can see how restrictive that ribbon is. The Yamaha's have this same ribbon and it's the first thing we remove. You will feel the difference immediately. Not to mention you benefit from better fuel economy.

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    How difficult is it to take off the top deck? I know its very light from pics Ive seen. Someone should make a video next time they take it off. Taking out the bolts and then what? What cables need to be unhooked and what should we look for when reassembling? Thanks in advance !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Green Hulk View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Sparked View Post
    Benefits?
    Big benefits. This allows the engine to breath more freely. Look at the picture he posted and you can see how restrictive that ribbon is. The Yamaha's have this same ribbon and it's the first thing we remove. You will feel the difference immediately. Not to mention you benefit from better fuel economy.
    Cool, was more wondering if any measured gains have been seen. Have seen the same used in cars (referred to as honeycomb, often part of the air flow meter) but removal has shown zero gain as far as power goes on the dyno.. The butt dyno sometimes tells a different story..

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