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  • Ratl
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    Just be sure you won’t have issues with local LEO’s regarding smog control equipment where you live!

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  • Kmartcivic
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    I had one that would not come out for anything. I ended up drilling a hole in the center, tapping it and using a bolt in a slide hammer to get it out.

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  • brianmac
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    Ais puller. One guy wrap commercial weed wacker line around it pull with 2x4, other guy twist w vice grip and shoot oil

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  • Lug Nut
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    Originally posted by mlrz24 View Post
    Oh wow. Thanks guys!
    You can look on YouTube for AIS removal Road Star. You can buy a $25 kit from Barons that has plugs or just you spent shell casings from a 45 ACP. Put the shell casings in the freezer for a couple hours to shrink them a little bitAnd then pound them in nice and tight.

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  • mlrz24
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    Oh wow. Thanks guys!

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  • Shores
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    If you remove the AIS and both of those tubes, you will also need to plug the vacuum port that is in the middle of the intake manifold. A small hose runs from the port to the AIS and operates the AIS based on vacuum.

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  • Duke
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    First, it's not a oil line, its part of the AIS system. The line feeds air into the exhaust as part of the emissions.

    If your removing that system, then with the tubes off the heads, run the bike until the 90 degree fittings get HOT. Then spray a little WD-40 on the fittings and use a larger Phillips screw driver put into the fitting, and turn the fitting back and forth while pulling out. This works about 80% of the time. If not, cuss a little and get western with it.
    After they are out, you can use a 45 colt or a 45 auto shell casing to plug the holes. That is if your on the right and not the left.

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  • Jclevesque
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    It is not an oil line but is part of the Air Induction System (AIS). There are kits for both the 1600 and 1700 to remove and plug. Check Barons pretty sure they have some.

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  • mlrz24
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    Help identifying a part

    Hi. I have a 2002 Yamaha Road Star Silverado 1600. I'm wondering if anyone knows what the part number is for the part in the attached picture? I know it's part of the oil lines on the left side of the bike. I'm also wondering how to remove it. Thanks in advance for all the help.

    Matt
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