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Smog block off plates- jumper wire? - December 8, 2011, 06:28 PM

Hey people, got some questions.
Part of my winter project is ripping all the unnecessary shit off my track bike that I hastily put together in August. So, the KLEEN system has to go.

Some info on line shows a jumper wire installed in the plug for the air pump. Some do not. The brief instructions in the package say nothing of this.
Any of you know for sure?
Is it to prevent a FI light?
I would hate to take all this crap off again to put one in/ take it out.

I'd prefer fact over theory and hate to do things twice. Don't we all? Thanks!


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Answered some questions, still wondering about the jumper thing


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kawasaki?
600? 1000?
I am about to do the same things to my kaws....


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December 9, 2011, 01:41 PM

your bike has air pump?


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It's a PAIR valve and usually you need to put a 10 ohm resistor inline to keep from setting an FI code...


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if its your kawi.. its simple.. any old wire jumped across those 2 connectors in that plug thingy. got it? cool.


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kawasaki?
600? 1000?
I am about to do the same things to my kaws....
It's the 6. The 10 has the same set up (probably even the same parts) but I don't remember doing it.
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your bike has air pump?
Yeah, it's an 07 and I think they started that in 06.
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It's a PAIR valve and usually you need to put a 10 ohm resistor inline to keep from setting an FI code...
Ah ha! I'm going to have all sorts of resistors on this bike
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if its your kawi.. its simple.. any old wire jumped across those 2 connectors in that plug thingy. got it? cool.
Yeah, it's the Kawi. The BMW doesn't even have an electronic ignition Is that what you did, just wire it together?

I actually just measured the resistance across the terminals of the valve and it was 20.067 ohms. Did not seem to matter what position that flapper inside it was at or what temp (I put it in the oven at 200* ).


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Update:
A 25 ohm 10 watt resistor works perfectly. Dyno and track tested


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