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Derik Tate

AIS kit

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Please help me find one. Ordered mine from TT and still has not showed up. :thumbsup: I need one testerday. If your local shop or anyone has one please let me know. Thanks :thumbsup:

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I ordered one from TT a few weeks ago and it showed up in a matter of days. Did you get an order confirmation?

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Call up TT and ask them where it is.

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No, it shoots exhaust into the airbox during high vacuum situations like deceleration or high speed low throttle riding.As far as the AIS kit, I just took all the AIS hoses and pipes off of my friends new '06 WR 450 and tapped a 1/8 NPT pipe plug into the cyl. head port, capped the vacuum port with a rubber cap and clamp and plugged off the airbox hole with a piece of hose with a plastic plug in the end, rejet and go riding--Easy. WR Dave. :thumbsup:

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Take the stuff off yourself and plug the vacuum lines with plugs from any auto parts store and tap the fitting in the head with a 1/8 pipe tap and screw in a pipe plug.

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Why do people spend so much money on a bike and then try to save a buck by throwing cobby crap on from a hardware store that could ruin your engine? I don't think I want to have a pipe tap near the soft aluminum head at any time in the near future. :thumbsup: Kick down the cash people. BTW the AIS injects air into the exhaust at a feeble attempt to burn unburned fuel. :thumbsup:

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Cant I just plug both of the rubber tubes and cap off the vent tube to the airbox? Do you have to tap the p[lug in?

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don't you just love it when they tell you "someday" :thumbsup:

How difficult can it be to confirm an ETA? :thumbsup:

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