I did not write this , but give credits to the lad who made this book (below).
(BTW, follow at your own risk!)
Benefits, The Proofs, etc..:
Aimed at 650cc bikes but also same method for smaller CC bikes.
So basically , deleting the AIS (EGR block) from the bike is immediately obvious by:
- Popping Stops (Loud bangs on the exhaust pipes)
- Much deeper groans on idle (louder induction roar)
- Bike is able to run better from 4-7k rpm (especially low CC bikes)]
- For Stainless pipes , it’s advised to remove it anyway!
- It’s 1st the thing race teams do, ditch parasitic parts.
- Bike is overall louder (marginally than before)
What is AIS (Incorrectly named EGR by the uneducated mechanics)
- It makes the bike “fake” its emissions by burning cleaner air to pass Euro laws.
- It has NEVER proven to benefit bikes, actually it “steals” the energy from the bike to run it.
It’s a like a “Remora” creature under a shark, as it migrates all over the seas 😉