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Products covered: BLP-306

The photos of the VFR1200 installation come from the blog from the user TSK, many thanks for letting use your photos!


1 x Airbox rubber cap          

3 x Block Off Plates

4 x M5 Stainless steel bolts and washers   

2 x M6 Stainless steel bolts and washers     

The idea of the whole procedure is to remove the electronic PAIR valve solenoid of the motorcycle, to plug the airbox hole of the PAIR system with the provided rubber cap and install the provided block off plates to the engine valve covers.

We have used a Suzuki SV 1000 as reference in some photos, however these instructions will be applied to the listed motorcycles.

This kit will let you completely remove the PAIR system from your motorcycle.

Please read the steps carefully before starting the installation and note that the ignition must be turned OFF during the whole procedure

STEP 1: Lift and support the fuel tank and remove the Airbox.

STEP 2:Locate the PAIR valve and the PAIR system hoses connected on the cylinder heads and the airbox.

The PAIR valve can be found just above the cylinder heads on the inline engines or attached on the airbox on the V engines.

STEP 3: Unplug the PAIR hoses from the PAIR plates on the cylinder heads. Unplug the PAIR hose from the airbox and keep the retainer piece.

STEP 4: Plug the airbox hole with the provided rubber cap and secure it by using the retainer piece from the PAIR hose.

STEP 5: Disconnect the electronic connector that is attached on the PAIR solenoid.

STEP 6: Remove the screws that hold the PAIR valve attached on the motorcycle. Now it is free to be removed.

STEP 7: Locate the two PAIR valve plates on the rear cylinder heads and the one big PAIR plate on the front cylinders.

STEP 8: Unscrew the two bolts of each plate and remove the external PAIR plate.

STEP 9: Leave the internal flange plates inside the engine covers.

STEP 10: Put each of the block off plates against the engine valve cover and align the block off plate holes with the engine valve cover holes. Use the 4 M5 stainless steel bolts and washers at the two rear plates and the 2 M6  stainless steel bolts and washers at the front plate and tighten each bolt to 10nm of torque.

You have bypassed the PAIR system!

That’s it, now you can put everything in place and start the engine.

Thank you very much.

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