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AIS removal help 4 Years, 3 Months ago  
So, I just removed the AIS from my 04 R*. I purchased a Barons AIS removal kit. Can anyone tell me where the 1/2 diameter plug goes?
 
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Re:AIS removal help 4 Years, 3 Months ago  
I could be wrong, but I think some of the Barons kit includes both parts for plugging a R* 99-03 and 04 and up. I believe the plugs are for 99-03 which mine had and the plates are for 04up.

But I'm sure some one will know for sure.
 
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Re:AIS removal help 4 Years, 3 Months ago  
signalzero wrote:
So, I just removed the AIS from my 04 R*. I purchased a Barons AIS removal kit. Can anyone tell me where the 1/2 diameter plug goes?

All you should need for a 1700 is the block off plates and a vacuum cap. Save them in case someone with a 1600 may be able to use them.
 
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Re:AIS removal help 4 Years, 3 Months ago  
Ok. Thanks. I thought so but on the instructions that came with the kit there was a piece of tape that puled the wording off.
 
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Re:AIS removal help 4 Years, 3 Months ago  
The only thing that worries me is the kit is for 04 R* and warrior. parts included list show all three but for the 1/2 diameter plug it says for r*.

It says all years but specifies 1700.
 
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Re:AIS removal help 4 Years, 3 Months ago  
One more question do the bolts at the bottom of the cylinders have to go back in? Do the block air flow or can they be left out?
 
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Re:AIS removal help 4 Years, 3 Months ago  
I'm not sure what bolts you are referring to but if they are AIS bracket bolts you should be OK without them. But putting them back in will leave a more finished look.
 
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Re:AIS removal help 4 Years, 3 Months ago  
davej wrote:
I'm not sure what bolts you are referring to but if they are AIS bracket bolts you should be OK without them. But putting them back in will leave a more finished look.

The 2 bolts that held the metal tubing portion of the hose going to the rear cylinder.
 
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Re:AIS removal help 4 Years, 3 Months ago  
signalzero wrote:
davej wrote:
I'm not sure what bolts you are referring to but if they are AIS bracket bolts you should be OK without them. But putting them back in will leave a more finished look.

The 2 bolts that held the metal tubing portion of the hose going to the rear cylinder.


You'll be OK without them if it was just a bracket bolt it won't be an issue.
 
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Re:AIS removal help 4 Years, 3 Months ago  
Like dave said, there should be four bolts that hold the two block off plates in place(two each location). The rubber plug, is if you want to leave the pump in place, and just poke the plug inside of the housing, where the large ID hose connects to the pump on the front of the motor. The plug is an extra part when doing a complete removal.

All the rest of the pump stuff gets removed. You may have to separate several of the pump pieces from each other to wiggle it out of the area over the starter.
 
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