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PostSubject: pair blank help   pair blank help Icon_minitimeThu May 11, 2017 8:28 pm

hi, can anyone show me a picture of which pipe i blank to stop the pair valve from working ?

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PostSubject: Re: pair blank help   pair blank help Icon_minitimeFri May 12, 2017 9:16 am

This is the link to the instructions I used to disable, then eventually remove the PAIR valve.  It's a bit (lot) fiddly to remove all the pipe-work - I'd only do that if you really want to.

Why do you think you need to remove it ?  Mine had after-market pips & was popping badly on decel - disabling pretty much cured the issue
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PostSubject: Re: pair blank help   pair blank help Icon_minitimeSun May 14, 2017 8:57 am

i have seen them instructions but i cant make any sense of them. im only wanting to disable the system and not remove it, so which pipe or pipes exactly do i block off ? when i block this pipe off do i HAVE to reconnect it to where it was connected or can i leave it disconnected ?
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PostSubject: Re: pair blank help   pair blank help Icon_minitimeSun May 14, 2017 10:24 am

If you're only wanting to disable the system, then you don't need to reconnect the PAIR tubes back onto the PAIR body - that's just to stop them flapping around.  However, you do need to block them off - I used a couple of bolts that were a tight fit, making sure you put the head in first so you can pull them out by the thread with long nose pliers, if necessary.

I'll be honest with you, it's been a long time since I did mine, I seem to remember I put the rubber vacuum pipe in the wrong place first time & had to swap pipes round a couple of times till I'd got it right.

I then ran it for a while till I was satisfied that was the cure, then I removed the valve body completely
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PostSubject: Re: pair blank help   pair blank help Icon_minitimeMon May 15, 2017 1:54 pm

can you tell me which pipes you blocked off ? or better show me a pic ?
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PostSubject: Re: pair blank help   pair blank help Icon_minitimeMon May 15, 2017 7:49 pm

white.akita wrote:
can you tell me which pipes you blocked off ? or better show me a pic ?

This is from the link above that katsd posted.


If you only wish to disable the pair valve, but not remove any of it's components, insert a golf tee or round head screw head first into each of the two lower rubber tubing (Pair Tube) pieces. Leave a small portion of the pointed end of the tee sticking out of the end of the rubber tube (for easy removal later if necessary), and re-install the rubber tubing pieces to the pair valve, re-attach the valve and replace the cover.
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PostSubject: Re: pair blank help   pair blank help Icon_minitimeTue May 16, 2017 12:01 am

Look at picture 3 - see the two pipes marked "Pair Tube" - there the ones to block off.  Can't show you a photo of mine as I've completely removed the entire valve & pipework

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PostSubject: Re: pair blank help   pair blank help Icon_minitimeTue May 16, 2017 10:37 pm

sorry but i cant see any picture in the link where any pipes are marked "pair tube".
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PostSubject: Re: pair blank help   pair blank help Icon_minitimeTue May 16, 2017 10:44 pm

ahh my mistake found it, thanks very much everyone, i will do it tomorrow :)
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PostSubject: Re: pair blank help   pair blank help Icon_minitimeSun May 21, 2017 6:34 pm

done it and it fixed my exhaust popping noise, thanks everyone :)
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PostSubject: Re: pair blank help   pair blank help Icon_minitimeSun May 21, 2017 6:44 pm

Good news - may be worth running it on a dyno at some stage. And getting rid of the pig ugly PAIR valve - get those jugs naked !
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