How to disable AIS
Posted August 09, 2009 - 01:11 PM
I live in CA and most likely will get checked at some point.
what is the best way to disable the AIS with out removing it completely? 2009 WR450
I read a dirt bike review that said a wad of duct tape worked well, I was thinking large ball bearings to shove into the rubber hoses.
Open to suggestions.
Posted August 09, 2009 - 01:37 PM
Another option is to remove the rubber tubes, fill the ends of the metal tubes with JB Weld and after it dries, re-installl the rubber tubes.
I'm in the same situation with the same bike. I installed jetting and throttle stop that comes with Yamaha AIS removal kit and removed grey wire and opened exhaust. I left the AIS untouched.
So far I am very happy. Bike starts right up and runs great and does not over heat in the slow stuff. I do hear an occasional PFFT sound that I think is the AIS. Does not bother me.
Research on here indicated that my jetting might be a bit rich but right now I am happy. I will need to put more hours on the bike to get a better feel for performance and mileage before I tear into the carb.
Posted August 09, 2009 - 02:23 PM
Posted August 10, 2009 - 09:29 AM
This is just what I have heard...I would never do this to my own bike:busted: