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Got my kit from Todd in less than 4 days (over a weekend) and found his communication and kit quality both excellent. Thanks again!!
Amen to that! Very high quality stuff and great communication. Am going to mount my kit using studs so that I can piggyback a stick coil mount/support on top of them without having to drill the plates.
 
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OK I want a pair removal kit from LampOneDesigns.
Google just sends me back here, OR to a dead end, no longer existing website.
So what is the secret word I need to know to be allowed the honor of buying these little block off plates?
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Hey guys! Thank you all so much for the support. My site was down for a little bit (most likely because I screwed something up and had to restore)

It is back up and kits are still in stock for all your purchasing needs.

Thanks again!
 

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^^ nice! If it had a machined "K" through the powdercoat down to the bare metal, even cooler! I may do that to mine with simple bbq paint if I ever take 'em back off. Quality product and kit, and installed really quickly and easily.
 

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I've heard a small amount of information on this mod from posts on this thread and I just want to know how this affects the bikes performance.
Pros/cons for this mod?
What I've picked up so far is that this mod will reduce clutter and a small amount of weight, but by doing this, there's no longer air going from the airbox to the exhaust through the pair valve. What happens when this airflow is cut off?
 

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I've heard a small amount of information on this mod from posts on this thread and I just want to know how this affects the bikes performance.
Pros/cons for this mod?
What I've picked up so far is that this mod will reduce clutter and a small amount of weight, but by doing this, there's no longer air going from the airbox to the exhaust through the pair valve. What happens when this airflow is cut off?
The purpose of the air injection is to provide oxygen so that any unburnt fuel will ignite and burn in the hot exhaust flow. It is purely an emissions control system to reduce hydrocarbon emissions. It causes popping in the exhaust as the fuel ignites.

Removing the airflow reduces popping from the exhaust, with a simultaneous increase in hydrocarbon emissions.

The primary purpose for doing the PAIR delete is usually to eliminate clutter to simplify other maintenance, and to reduce exhaust popping. It is not going to have any noticeable affect on performance (power, fuel economy, etc).
 

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Ordered this PAIR kit last night, on its way so I can do this mod on my son's '07 EX. No problems at all getting it ordered.
 
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You still making these, I need another set for a new project
 
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