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dangermouse007

INFO: AIS KIT 2007 ??? Part Number

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Try to relax. There is no kit yet. Some have used the old kit for the '05/'06, but it isn't perfect and requires a little tweaking. You have a new generation bike and, as it was discussed, the aftermarket needs time to catch up, including GYTR. There are a few things out there for it, a couple of pipes, etc., but not much. The AIS does not effect performance, so there's no need to freak. I remember someone posting a couple of days ago about this very topic and he said someone at Yamaha told him that an '07 kit was in development. I the meantime, you must learn patience, Grasshopper :thumbsup:...SC

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Here is your Part number, should be released after the first of the year.

GYT-5TJ93-69-01

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In the meantime, disconnect the grey wire underneath the left number plate at the CDI, it is in a six wire connector. You could also change your muffler. FMF has the Q4 available now for the 07. Thats what I am running. derwud2 is running the Dubach and he is happy with that one to. The grey wire removal and the exhaust change will make for a completely different bike.

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All I see is the stock kit removed. Do you have pics of your home made block off kit? Thanks.

My dealer called GYTR while I was there and was told to expect the 07 kit at the end of January.

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All I see is the stock kit removed. Do you have pics of your home made block off kit? Thanks.

Never mind - I see you cut off the flanged end of the pipe and used it to make a template for your own block off plate. :lol:

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