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Tenere 700 PAIR system, Smog System, AIS valve?

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Tazmool

Howdy Everyone, 

The system is known by seveal names (afaik) but I'm lookin for info on the pulsed secondary air injection (reed valve) system on the Tenere 700, also known as the "smog" system, or the AIS valve (air injection system) valve?   

(the system that injects fresh air into the exhaust to help burn off any un-burnt hydrocarbons in the exhaust)

Does the Tenere 700 have such a system?  
Another post talks about decel popping on their bike, which can be caused by the ais/pair (although other things could cause decel popping too, like an intake leak)  

One reason to wanting to remove (or at least temporarily disable) 
Any dyno-tuning, or any real tuning on the engine requires that system to be removed/disabled, as it gives false air/fuel ratio readings at an O2 sniffer (or wide band o2 sensor) used for generating a new fi map. 

 

After some searching on FZ/MT-07 forums, it seems that maybe this engine does not have the ais/pair system?  (seems unlikely) 
Every motorcycle I have ever owned has had a pair system, so I'm wondering does the Tenere 700? 

 

I've looked at a few FZ/MT-07 intake diagrams, and I don't see a pair system? this seems strange...

Thanks in advance!

Tazmool

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On 1/26/2020 at 8:40 PM, Tazmool said:

Howdy Everyone, 

The system is known by seveal names (afaik) but I'm lookin for info on the pulsed secondary air injection (reed valve) system on the Tenere 700, also known as the "smog" system, or the AIS valve (air injection system) valve?   

(the system that injects fresh air into the exhaust to help burn off any un-burnt hydrocarbons in the exhaust)

Does the Tenere 700 have such a system?  
Another post talks about decel popping on their bike, which can be caused by the ais/pair (although other things could cause decel popping too, like an intake leak)  

One reason to wanting to remove (or at least temporarily disable) 
Any dyno-tuning, or any real tuning on the engine requires that system to be removed/disabled, as it gives false air/fuel ratio readings at an O2 sniffer (or wide band o2 sensor) used for generating a new fi map. 

 

After some searching on FZ/MT-07 forums, it seems that maybe this engine does not have the ais/pair system?  (seems unlikely) 
Every motorcycle I have ever owned has had a pair system, so I'm wondering does the Tenere 700? 

 

I've looked at a few FZ/MT-07 intake diagrams, and I don't see a pair system? this seems strange...

Thanks in advance!

Tazmool

About the only mention of the emissions equipment in the Svc Manual is below.  Yes, on the MT07, you simly remove the O2 sensor when flashing the ECU and changing exhaust to a higher flowing unit. I believe that @2 Wheel DynoWorks can program the O2 sensor dead.  Not sure. 

 

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Tazmool

Thanks for checking into it, 

It does appear that the T7 does not have a pair valve, unusual, but I guess that's one less thing to do when messing with making the bike more reliable and tuning.

 

When my T7 arrives, I'll have to check into flashing the ecu as well, done that in the past, very much worth it. 

 

Tazmool

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