TT AIS Smog Removal Kit


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  • Few

Posted February 11, 2006 - 02:17 PM

#1

Can anyone tell me if they have bought/what is included in the TT kit? :thumbsup:
Mine has been on back order and I'm getting tired of waiting. :bonk:
If it is just two plastic caps and the exhaust header plug off I would like to know? :thumbsup:
For $34.00, I have caps and easynuff to tap and plug the header with the 1/8 pipe tap. :bonk:

  • John M62

Posted February 11, 2006 - 02:53 PM

#2

I just installed mine today. It comes with two metal plugs and one platic plug for the air box.

John

  • Few

Posted February 11, 2006 - 02:58 PM

#3

Was yours back orderd as well? Maybe I'm too late. :thumbsup:

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  • FOZZ

Posted February 11, 2006 - 06:24 PM

#4

Whats the status on the GYTR Kit ???

Freakin waiting 2 months now....

  • OneToGo

Posted February 11, 2006 - 07:42 PM

#5

Hi
Like you guys I think I missed the rush. Mine backordered from TT for nearly 3 weeks/ 30 days and they give up!! :bonk:

Can anyone tell me if they have bought/what is included in the TT kit? :thumbsup:
Mine has been on back order and I'm getting tired of waiting. :eek:
If it is just two plastic caps and the exhaust header plug off I would like to know? :thumbsup:
For $34.00, I have caps and easynuff to tap and plug the header with the 1/8 pipe tap. :bonk:


I believe the GYT kit includes 48 pilot jet and needle with clip. I think the TT kit only has the plugs. If you search AIS removal threads you'll find you can just pipe tap (1/8) the header pipe and seal the other end with a cap- FREE, almost.
I think Yamaha should include a kit with each bike:naughty:, I dont think they make enough and all have been "snapped up". I'll be doing my own plugging if mine does not come via the TT store in the next 2 weeks.
Cheers
Colin

  • tony1970

Posted February 11, 2006 - 07:58 PM

#6

The TT AIS Kit is worth the wait. Very sano and easy to install. Once installed it has a factory look, not like the clamp on plugs like the Yamaha kit or plugs that do not belong near a motorcycle. The price is a little high but IMHO it is going to a guy that took the time to design something that is well made and right the first time. I want the best for a bike I almost shelled out 7 g's for. Also if you remove the right radiator and use a long punch it is much easier to get the exhaust plug in.

  • John M62

Posted February 12, 2006 - 05:48 AM

#7

I just unbolted the radiator, I didn't take it of, just moved it a bit so I could get to the plug with a long punch.
My kit wasn't back ordered, but I had it sitting here for about a month.




 
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