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Well for the first time working on the bike, I must say it isn’t that bad. The fairings were easy to figure out without any instructions and everything else you can literally see everything you need to remove to access the area you want. So for my first Mod that I am installing on my Bike is the SSR Smog Block off Plate. If I knew it was only going to be a small piece of metal I probably would have just made it at work for much cheaper, but for 15$ it’s not that bad. While most of the pictures you will notice I have more taken off the bike, that’s because I am also installing a K&N pod filters.

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http://www.oreillyauto.com/site/c/de...&keyword=02253

Any 1/2 inch plugs will work just i didnt know what size so i got the assortment to cover all grounds. But 1/2 inch is the correct size and you will need 2 for the valve

First step is to make her naked don’t need to go as far as I did since I was also removing the intake and all that I removed a lot of extras. You can see my lowers dangling, that’s because whoever installed my exhaust striped out that bolt and it’s just a circle. No need to drill it out just yet
I would say Sides, Fronts; Gas tank (not needed just makes it easier).









Next would be to remove the 2 tubes off the Valve and off the engine plate and air box.








Remove the 2 bolts on the engine plate






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Reinstall SSR Block Off Plate with 2 washers (Not Included)









Plug the inlet and outlet of the valve




This image is showing you the valve is easy to pull of the connection on the bike. Just slides off makes it easier to maneuver around to replug it

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I’m not pulling the 2 sensors, small hose running to throttle body or the valve itself like on the 250s as it’s a Air Pressure sensor it needs to stay installed.

Plug the Intake inlet, Im not showing this as I removed my intake completely.







But thats for a separate write up on Pod Install

Bam your done, Start her up

Should remove all backfiring found with Aftermarket Exhaust systems
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What size caps did you use to block off the whole system?Specifically, whats the internal diameter of the caps?
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cant wait to do this. The backfiring kind of drives me crazy
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Thanks for the write up. I have a pod filter as well. Been contemplating the ssr block off plate for a long time, but I couldn't find anyone that actually purchased it. Were there any noticeable differences? Power wise, sound?

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I finished doing this mod today. I used 1/2 inch rubber water plugs from my local auto store to plug the ends.
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Thanks for the write up. I have a pod filter as well. Been contemplating the ssr block off plate for a long time, but I couldn't find anyone that actually purchased it. Were there any noticeable differences? Power wise, sound?
I have a pod filter on mine and put the block off plate on and the only time I will hear a backfire is if I'm coming off the throttle and I blip the throttle a little. I don't think that's avoidable though because it's just undetonated gas going off in the exhaust.

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