Does the pair mod have any benefits besides stopping popping on decel and getting an accurate a/f ratio when tuning? I'm talking about the simple pair mod, just blocking the hose to the airbox?
Does it hurt to have the bike pop and shoot a flame on hard decel?
Is there any added power increase/decrease from doing this. I doubt it, but wanted to get the expert's opinions. I wondered because it must change the airflow past the o2 sensor a bit. I also heard it may smooth on/off throttle transition. Is that possible?
I did use search, but didn't find exactly what I wanted so I thought I'd ask.
I am a tater tot; young, not stout. Here is my baby face whoa did a pube just sprout?
Join Date: Jan 2010
Location: Austin, TX
Motorcycle: 2007 GSXR 600
Re: Pair question
Shouldn't do any power changes really. Mostly just stops the extra air so that there's no popping or backfiring. Shooting flame isn't necessarily a good thing (street bikes anyways). It can help sometimes with throttle smoothness, but I don't think you'll even notice it. If you really wanna get a smoother throttle response, do the TRE mod.