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Dominator decat and danos ecu flash

I need help. My dominator decat is arriving tm and I'm sending out my ecu to danos on Monday. Other than putting the decat on and getting the ecu flash done what else do I need to do. Danos said i need to block off the pair valve? How can I do thatAnd what other modifications do i need to do. I also don't want any error codes or lights on.
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I need help. My dominator decat is arriving tm and I'm sending out my ecu to danos on Monday. Other than putting the decat on and getting the ecu flash done what else do I need to do. Danos said i need to block off the pair valve? How can I do thatAnd what other modifications do i need to do. I also don't want any error codes or lights on.
https://gsx-s.info/gsxs-pair-valve-removal/

Dano's will remove the error codes in the flash. Be sure to explain which modifications you are making so he can turn them off.

Have a good read of the above website. It's the GSX-S bible. Anything worth doing is on there.

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Remove it, block it off or put a marble in the line, it’s your choice. All are effective.

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Marble is easiest, lift tank. Look on the throttle side of airbox, you’ll see a small hose under bottom airbox. Unclip it, poke a marble in it, reclip hose to airbox. Bam done

I won’t remove the airbox and stuff til maintenance airfilter and plugs need changing. Took 1 minute to do, did at same time as installing the flashed ecu or when removing ecu.
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I went with block off plates by PMC. Reasonably priced and well made. I have yet to install due to waiting for Paul's exhaust and ECU flash.
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Everything is done!!! Stock this thing was an animal now it's a angry fucken lion. Throttle is super smooth no more torque drop and the power is far more controlled. The power increase is more than noticeable. The exhaust is loud af. In summary so far I've owned the bike for a month. Purchased brand new from the box and just hit 2000 miles today every one of those miles were smiles and tire shredding.

Mods... dmp fender elimator and integrated taillight, shogun protection kit and front axle sliders, danos ecu flash, pair valve mod (end caps) exhaust servo delete, o2 delete, dominator decat and m4 slip on with no db killer
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Great job! Did you take the Servo motor and cables completely out?

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Marble is easiest, lift tank. Look on the throttle side of airbox, youíll see a small hose under bottom airbox. Unclip it, poke a marble in it, reclip hose to airbox. Bam done

I wonít remove the airbox and stuff til maintenance airfilter and plugs need changing. Took 1 minute to do, did at same time as installing the flashed ecu or when removing ecu.
Is this hose where the marble goes?

Also, I didn't have Dano disable the PAIR system in the ECU. That shouldn't cause an error fault if I do the marble mod, right?

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Is this hose where the marble goes?

Also, I didn't have Dano disable the PAIR system in the ECU. That shouldn't cause an error fault if I do the marble mod, right?

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yeah thats the hose, and idk if it will trigger a code blocking it without doing ecu thing to be honest. no idea.
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Shouldn't throw a code unless you physically remove the Pair system. I did the same thing on my SV and no errors.
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